Germany’s 7 most interesting wine destinations

Germany’s 7 most interesting wine destinations



hi this is John time to review Germany 7 most interesting wine destinations Germany's top lines come from its most beautiful nooks and crannies where steep hillsides expose grapes to the Sun and rivers bring richness to the soil even in the dead of winter we've hand-picked the most charming wine towns across the country so you can plan your next one get away with ease Frost in Freiburg embrace cows small streams crisscross the streets where University students stroll beneath medieval houses and gothic cathedrals this vibrant village in the Black Forest is beloved for its delicious wine best savored in the many wine bars and restaurants around town Baden is germany's warmest and sunniest wine region so its wines are comparable to Frances Loire Valley or else s the diversity of the soil means there's a wide range of grapes and styles compared to sample plenty on your vineyard visits after a day in the Sun in the minds of the comfy rooms of Park Hotel post invite a good night's sleep daytime is one of the prettiest wine villages in the Palatinate for pfl a set a region known for dry full bodied white half-timbered houses line of narrow streets where wineries and Michelin star restaurants serve up rich powerful Rieslings the thick forests surrounding the village has many hiking trails where you can take in the scenery between meals if you're lucky enough to be here in August the daytime a wank away is a spectacular wine fair where you can sample the best the region has to offer to be strolling distance from town stay the night in the quiet rooms of Gasthaus daytime the ahr valley is germany's best kept secret when it comes to producing juicy drinkable pinot noir tightly Road vineyards tumbled down the hills into the valley where the ahr River wines and rushes on its banks the village of bad nuna our wallah beckons with curing mineral springs and candle at restaurants in between glasses of refreshing Reds and roses the Rotwang wonder where red wine walking paths leaves each of the tiny wine villages from bad new owner to donor and all the VAR while cyclists can follow the river along forests and rocky cliffs finish your days of the aptly named romantic hotel st. Peter in our while is charming medieval center near Stein is a tiny village on the Rhine known for producing some of the best whites in Rheinhessen the rich riverside soil creates complex flavors it's even nicknamed the red slope for the red slate found there and the wine share a delicate fragrant minerality the town comes to life with wine events during summer like the International cultural festival in July and the wine growers festival in August and many wineries hold open houses in mid-september but no matter the season the regional specialties pair perfectly with a bottle of white try spun daggers a creamy cheese dip or just opt for the wine directly in your dish with a Riesling soup if you're spending the night Best Western Vine on Park Hotel is a top choice among wine lovers Bacharach is named after the god of wine and with a winery on every corner it lives up to the title its half-timbered houses are draped in grapevines medieval doors opening to fine restaurants where hearty dishes are served alongside local vintages like most of middle Rhine Bacharach is famed for its Rieslings which have a characteristic fruit flavor and spiciness that's endlessly drinkable besides the wineries in town there are many vineyards worth visiting north or south along the river top up your evening with a glass at Bistro Renee a welcoming hotel with its own bar and restaurant Bowl Kirk is a romantic little town in Francophonie are the only wine region in Bavaria the chalky soil produces powerful dry silver wines best paired with hearty dishes like barbecued bratwurst and Bavarian cheese the town itself is all rich reds and oranges with pretty cobbled squares and family-run wine Gus every August the Volk acha wine fest brings together the winemakers of the region and events like gourmet food festivals and concerts keep things lively all year long as far as where to spend the night hotel m2m is a grapevine cupboard gem with its own Terrace for wine in the sunshine bad critic is made all the prettier by the river running through its medieval Center where an arch bridge is framed by lush greenery this spa town is located in NAAG a wine region a bit off the beaten track these reasons have achieved the world reputation in recent years the wine made around bad cribs NIC is considered the best so expect steely well balanced vintages in between vineyard visits to take advantage of the curing thermal springs at the health resorts around town for the ultimate relaxing state hotel cowson berg has its own star and soaring views over the vineyards and old town asterisk these properties were chosen due to their popularity with booking.com guests who endorsed their destinations for wine want to book any of the hotels mentioned in this video check the links in the description below for any available discounts and please leave us a comment and tell us what you think about this review

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