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German wines: a wide range of regions for a wide choice of wines

Each of Germany's 13 vineyard regions has its own set of customs and traditions, which translate into an exceptional range of wines. The main grape varieties are riesling, silvaner and rivaner for white wines, and pinot noir for reds.

Connoisseurs are not the only ones who will appreciate the sunny slopes of Germany's wine regions. All the hills and river valleys hold great appeal for walkers and cyclists, too, who like nothing more than visiting the many delightful wine villages. Wineries in Germany are relatively small in scale and still do most of their work by hand. This shines through in the quality of their wines and adds to the idyllic charm of the countryside.

From Rheinhessen in the west to Saxony in the east. Here you can find out about the wine regions of Germany.

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