The Moselle region is Germany’s oldest wine region and one of Europe’s most important classical wine regions.
The Moselle valley’s slopes are closely covered with grapevines . The steep slopes called “Steillagen” characterise the Moselle region like no other wine region worldwide. The Moselle and its neighboring rivers, Saar and Ruwer, run through a cultural landscape steeped in tradition where Romans and Celts planted their wine as long as 2000 years ago.
The “Mosel Musikfestival” and the “Wine & Gourmet Festival”, which are held annually, offer wine and concerts at a very high level.
We are happy to inform you about wine tastings in the region and boat trips on the Moselle river.