Rheinhessen – Germany’s largest wine region

Rheinhessen is the largest wine region in Germany. It features a landscape of rolling hills but also steep slopes in the areas along the Rhine. Some of the best vineyards are located on the steep west bank of the Rhine – Rheinterrasse, between Oppenheim and Nackenheim – and around the towns of Worms and Westhofen.

Like in most other German wine regions viticulture and winemaking came with the Romans. They discovered the fertile land, the diverse soils, and the many sun filled summer days.

Because of many local microclimates, Rheinhessen is able to produce many different grape varieties and wines in many different styles.

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