Wine Route (locally known as Weinstrasse) takes you through some of the warmest and sunniest regions in the country. It’s one of the Germany’s Most Beautiful Scenic Drives. It runs through Palatine vineyards past storybook landscapes and charming wine villages.
The road is asphalted. The journey offers an exhilarating driving experience, with superb views. It’s an unforgettable road trip. It is a must-experience for all people that love wine. The Wine Route starts in Schweigen-Rechtenbach, on the border with France in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany, and it ends in the north in Bockenheim at the House of the German Wine Route, covering 85 kilometers.
This is definitely one road trip that you want to record with lots of photographs. Along the way, you will be rewarded with wine festivals, wine- tasting sessions and the tasty Rhineland Palastinate cuisine. To make matters even more interesting, on the scenic route you will see rolling, lush vineyards and cherry blossoms. It is the oldest of its kind anywhere in the world, and has operated continuously since October of 1935. The Palatinate wine region is blessed with a mild, Mediterranean climate. Winds and rain that might normally affect the area don't tend to be an issue.