German wines are grown in special places. The varied soil types of Germany’s 13 winegrowing regions produce exquisite wines, from crisp rieslings to floral pinot noirs. The mild climate results in light, fruity wines that are typically German and full of charm and character.
Visit the Ahr wine-making region, specially renowned for its red wines. Or make your way to the Franconian wine region, a very special fusion of medieval towns and villages, scenic beauty and an almost mediterranean climate with a centuries-old tradition of wine-making and people who fully appreciate all that the region has to offer. Make sure to also visit the Moselle wine region, where the Moselle, Saar and Ruwer rivers twist and turn in narrow loops through countryside and the riesling is at its best.
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