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A wine-drinker’s break in the Rhineland

The snug villages and vineyard-clad hillsides along Germany’s stretch of the Rhine are the stuff of lore – sample crisp Rieslings and more in ambience-laden taverns and wineries.
The town of Bacharach on the Rhine, with Stahleck Castle on a hill above it

German Wine Route


The Deutsche Weinstrasse is a collection of rural roads that wend their way through the vinecovered heart of the Palatinate (Pfalz). Starting in Bockenheim, the route winds south for 52 miles to Schweigen-Rechtenbach, on the French border. Don’t miss the post-harvest thanksgiving festival in the route’s midpoint town of Neustadt, held in early October (

Wining and dining at gargantuan scale in Bad Dürkheim
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