Wine from the Palatinate - the Romans already had a fine nose for it. The second largest wine-growing region in southwest Germany is world-famous for its Riesling, but also for the emerging red and white wines, made from a wide range of grape varieties, which bask in the sun on the vineyards along the Haardt mountain range and the Palatinate Forest. And anyone who experiences the German Weinstraße will discover the advantages of the Palatinate wine country for themselves.
The Palatinate wine growing region
The Prädikat wines and quality wines from the Palatinate originate from the viticulture on about 23,500 hectares of vineyards on the Southern Weinstraße and Mittelhaardt-Deutsche Weinstraße. And although the vineyards are closely spaced, the wines from the Palatinate reveal a colourful diversity that can be attributed to the varied terroir. This culminates in fine enjoyment for wine lovers and begins with passing through the German Wine Gate, past half-timbered houses and orchards. Find out more about Wine from the Palatinate