More than 100 million vines are spread over 85 kilometres along the German Wine Route in the Palatinate, Germany's second largest wine-growing region. The extremely mild climate with over 2,000 hours of sunshine a year ensures that the vines ripen particularly high-quality, aromatic grapes.
Not only the winegrowers but also the restaurateurs on the German Wine Route can choose from a wide range of great products. The great abundance of regional products can also be found on the plates of many restaurants and cafés. Stop in and see for yourself.
Numerous local producers promote biodiversity, farm ecologically and are committed to sustainable development through various awards and certificates. You can enjoy regionally produced products all along the German Wine Route.
She is chosen in Neustadt an der Weinstraße by a jury of experts in the course of a professional survey and election. The candidates who do not win the election become Palatinate Wine Princesses and take on further appointments in the year of office. You can find more information here.
Pfälzische Weinhoheiten bei der Krönung
Every year, the German Wine Queen is elected from all the regional wine queens of the 13 wine-growing regions in the Saalbau in Neustadt. First, six finalists are selected in a preliminary round, and the German Wine Queen is accompanied by two wine princesses during her year in office. You can find more information here.