White wines of global repute and a picturesque countryside come together in the Moselle Valley, one of Germany’s oldest winegrowing regions. It’s also the world’s largest area for cultivating the Riesling grape variety.
Davos was popular among tuberculosis patients, who banked on its fresh air and sunbathed mountains to cure them. Patients haven’t stopped flocking to Davos but their illnesses have taken a modern form.
The Moselle winds its way with many bends through a fantastic landscape in the west of Germany. Steep vineyards and idyllic wine-growing villages characterize the region. Join us on a visit with an all-round view.
Vineyards on the slopes of the Moselle and Rhine, monumental structures from the Roman Empire in Germany's oldest city Trier: the state of Rhineland-Palatinate is ideal for culture buffs and epicures.
It's fall, and the grape harvest has begun in many wine growing regions across Germany. Bavaria-based Master of Wine, Romana Echensperger, explains the latest trends in German wines, from chardonnay to sparkling wines.
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