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Saints, tinkerers and fossilised worlds - Walluf wine village

Rheingau history, wine culture and one of the most famous grape varieties in the world

Quick Details

Meeting point: 65396 Walluf, Waltaffa-Wg 2/3, Seniorenzentrum EVIM.

Directions: A66 towards Rüdesheim, exit Wiesbaden-Frauenstein/Walluf-Niederwalluf, continue to Wiesbaden-Schierstein/Walluf-Niederwalluf/Walluf Continue on K 648 towards Walluf-Niederwalluf

Included in the tour fee: Guided tour

The minimum number of participants is 4.

Additional dates, group dates or company events are available on request.

Please note that there is a handling fee for processing your booking and printing your ticket immediately as [email protected]

Adults
18
Children 6-12 years
5

About the tour

It is exciting to learn when the first regional description of the Rheingau was actually written. Which of the pretty villages in the Rheingau is really one of the oldest wine-growing communities? Does Walluf already belong to the Rheingau? Where does the name Walluf come from? What does Elisabeth von Thüringen have to do with Walluf?

Walluf is considered the gateway to the wine-growing region of the beautiful Rheingau. The climatically favourable region between the Rhine river and the Taunus mountains is the source of former wealth and, in combination with the exceptionally beautiful nature, achieved lasting fame.

Hike through the oldest wine-growing region of the Rheingau and learn more about the place and its wine-growing history, which is closely linked to the lively and culturally rich history of the Rheingau.

On the circular walk, we reveal to you why German wine culture was already held in high esteem by emperors and kings, what makes the grape varieties so unique and what you should know about the origin and development of one of the world’s greatest wines. In addition to fantastic views and direct experience of the vines, you will also find answers to frequently asked questions about wine.

 

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