Mosel. A Spectacular Wine and Cultural Landscape

Landscape of Superlatives

The Mosel, with its tributaries the Saar and the Ruwer, is a landscape of superlatives.

The Celts and the Romans already knew the advantages of this special region and established settlements here.   

The breathtaking steep slopes provide optimum  growing conditions for the vines. They shape the unique landscape and create a natural and relaxing experience.


Charming Lower Mosel

The lower Mosel between Zell and Koblenz is often called „Terrassenmosel“ as terraced cultivation is often the only option for viticulture.

Here you will find the steepest single vineyard site of Europe, „The Calmont“, between Bremm and Ediger-Eller.  The steep slope provides a microclimate for rare wildlife and plants. Well known villages such as Cochem, Zell, Winningen and Beilstein as well as medieval castles (Burg Eltz) are popular holiday spots.


Relax and Enjoy Culinary Delights

Sporty and active, adventure-seeking or unhurried, looking for culture or culinary enjoyment you will have just the type of holiday that you want here.

Discover the great hospitality and get to know the winegrowers personally or let yourself be spoiled with the great regional cuisine.