Wine Regions

Alsace, France’s smallest region, seduces travelers to the Upper Rhine Valley with its inimitable charm. Directly across the border, Germany’s southern Palatinate region entices visitors with its beautiful landscape of rolling hills and green vineyards. Further to the south, Germany’s Black Forest region attracts guests with its famous Black Forest Cake, cozy farmhouses, and beloved cuckoo clocks. Just to the east, one can find Switzerland’s multicultural Basel region, which offers the perfect mix of cultural highlights and breathtaking mountain scenery.

  • Wine Festival in Heuchelheim, Sounthern Palatinate © Südliche Weinstraße e.V.

    Southern Palatinate Wine Region

    Visitors and locals alike enjoy culinary delights in the world’s largest Riesling-growing area Unabashed "Joie de vivre" characterizes the southernmost part of Palatinate.

  • Baden Wine Route © TI Sasbachwalden

    Baden Wine Region

    Pure nature: Germany’s gourmet region is characterized by endless hours of sunshine and a carefree lifestyle. Mild temperatures and excellent soil make this one of the best wine cultivation areas in Europe.

  • Culinary break in Alsace © Creutz

    Alsace Wine Region

    Select star chefs and France’s oldest wine route promise the finest culinary experience à la française. Wine and dine like royalty in France – nothing is easier when visiting Alsace, France’s smallest region.

  • Genuss Straße © Lino Burkhard

    Basel Gourmet Region

    Special dining concepts combine with an exquisite wine region to create a one-of-a-kind culinary experience.