The landscape of Pfalz is marked by the Pfälzer Wald (Palatinate forest), the largest continuous woodland in Germany, as well as the wine growing industry, traversed by the German wine route, and vegetable farming along the Rhine plain. Although there is plenty of sun in other parts of Germany, no other area records as much sunshine as the Pfalz region, which runs along the German wine route, one of the oldest wine roads in the world. Sheltered by the forest, and at the foot of the Haardt Mountains, this is one of Germany’s most beautiful landscapes. The region records over 2000 hours of sunshine annually, and boasts a mild climate and Mediterranean flair, where figs and kiwis thrive in local gardens, the forest houses chestnut trees, and the vineyards are lined with almond trees, which sometimes blossom as early as February. The wine growing region of Pfalz is the second largest in Germany and stretches across 23,400 ha of land. Since 2008, the region is officially considered Germany’s largest Riesling producing area (5,455 ha). Due to the exceptionally mild climate it not only produces “the king of white wines”, but also a myriad of top quality reds, a range of full-bodied Weißburgunder (Pinot Blanc) and Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris) wines, as well as various regional specialities.

The many sights and attractions of Pfalz, such as Hambach castle, Speyer cathedral, beautiful hiking trails, wine festivals, and delicious local cuisine, attract visitors year-round.

www.pfalz.de
www.hambacher-schloss.de
www.neustadt.eu
www.pfalztours.eu
www.pwv-hambach.de
www.mohre-jule.de

Weingut Georg Naegele
Dates
Welcome
Pfalz
Weingut Georg Naegele
WILLKOMMEN ESTATE VINEYARDS CELLAR CONTACT SHOP deutsch|english
Weingut Georg Naegele
Weingut Georg Naegele