Vinegar brewer Georg Heinrich Wiedemann shows us the town of Wachenheim. His tips: the Villa Rustica, stuffed sow's stomach and the Wachtenburg Castle ruins.
Georg Heinrich Wiedemann in Wachenheim
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.
Where is most of Germany's wine produced? Who began cultivating the vineyards? What extinct volcanoes make the Eifel a natural attraction? Test your knowledge of Rhineland-Palatinate.
Created by nature and cultivated by humans - on the rivers Rhine, Moselle, Nahe and Ahr nature is a real experience and culture a guaranteed pleasure. Rhineland-Palatinate is wine, woods and walking country.
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