The 85 km long wine tourism route leads through the wine-growing region of the Palatinate and idyllic wine villages and is interesting to ride at any time of the year.
The German Wine Route - Germany's first wine tourism route - leads through the wine country of the Palatinate. It begins in the south at the border to France in the wine village of Schweigen and ends after about 85 kilometres in Bockenheim - or vice versa.
On a trip along the oldest wine tourism route, you can enjoy an impressive backdrop: gentle vineyards in which the foothills of the UNESCO biosphere reserve Pfälzerwald-Nordvogesen meander. Castles and ruins visible from afar that line the edge of the Haard. You should definitely plan time for the small and large wine villages with their historic townscape and a multitude of sights and wineries. Here you can also go on a culinary voyage of discovery, because the best ingredients grow right on site.