Wine Routes

Attention connoisseurs, foodies, and pleasure-seekers! The Upper Rhine Valley is full of delectable temptations that will make it hard for you to leave. The three-country region is famous for its wine and has been saving its finest bottles just for you. Come and experience the subtle differences in aroma and taste by visiting some of the local winemakers or one of the many wine festivals. Star restaurants, spectacular cafés, rustic taverns, and gourmet tours spoil guests with mouthwatering desserts, traditional cuisine, and delicious regional recipes.

  • Southern Palatinate © Südliche Weinstraße e.V.

    German Wine Route

    The oldest wine route in Germany promises pure enjoyment. This route runs for approximately 85 km through Palatine vineyards past storybook landscapes and charming wine villages.

  • Ehrenkirchen at the Baden Wine Route © Erich Spiegelhalter / STG

    Baden Wine Route

    The Baden Wine Route has been welcoming visitors from all over the world for over 60 years.

  • Village de Kaysersberg © CRTA / Zvardon

    Alsace Wine Route

    A golden grape and wine glass form the symbol that marks the way to the oldest and most famous wine route in France.