Pfalz – a short narrow strip of great wine

Palatinate – or in German, Pfalz – is Germany’s second largest wine region surpassed only by Rheinhessen. Almost 25.000 hectares is under vine. This is quite amazing considering that Pfalz is geographically rather small, stretching only about 75 km long and 15 km wide, between the Rhine river and the Haardt mountain range (a natural continuation of the Alsatian Vosges)

To the North of Pfalz is the Rheinhessen wine region and to the South is the French border and Alsace.

Pfalz is increasingly positioning itself among the wine regions in Germany that produce some of the finest Rieslings and Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) and the region has a great and long future ahead of it.

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