Wine Growing Regions
There are 13 winegrowing regions in Germany, from the Ahr (the northernmost) to Baden (the southernmost). With the exception of Saale-Unstrut and Saxony in the east, the winegrowing regions are concentrated in the south and southwestern part of Germany.
German wine is light, lively and fruity, thanks to our unique climatic and geological conditions. The diversity of Germany’s wines is based on the country’s varying soil types and grape varieties.
The winegrowing regions are:
Ahr, Mosel, Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Hessische Bergstrasse, Mittelrhein, Pfalz, Nahe, Saale-Unstrut, Sachsen, Franken, Württemberg, Baden