The Middle Rhine wine region, Kaub, Gutenfels Castle and Pfalzgrafenstein Castle
The Middle Rhine wine region - Gutenfels Castle and Pfalzgrafenstein Castle ©Deutsches Weininstitut GmbH (DWI)
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The Middle Rhine wine region: viticulture as world heritage

For the 120 kilometres between Bingen and Bonn, steep vineyard slopes join castles, glorious residences and the famous Loreley rock as the river twists and turns through a landscape steeped in history. The Siebengebirge hills and the Loreley divide the region into two distinct areas in terms of wine classification. The southern section, the Upper Middle Rhine Valley between Koblenz and Bingen, was granted UNESCOWorld Heritage status in 2002 for its outstanding, vineyard-sculpted countryside. Ample motivation for the growers to continue their sterling work on the steep, vine-clad hillsides.

Area under vine and grape varieties

Soil types

Climate

Growers and cooperatives

Character

Highlights

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