Wining and Dining

Wiesbaden, the "Gateway to the Rheingau", offers a unique wine experience that not only Riesling aficionados will enjoy.

Wiesbaden, the "Gateway to the Rheingau"

Wine-growers from Wiesbaden‘s districts Dotzheim, Frauenstein, Schierstein and Kostheim, treat you to a variety of fine wines in their wineries, or at the market breakfast held during the Wiesbaden farmers‘ market every Saturday. On the southern slope of the Neroberg, Wiesbaden‘s landmark hill that boasts a spectacular view of the city, the Hessian State Wineries grow the Neroberg Riesling on four hectares of land.

The wine is available from the Wiesbaden Tourist Information.

Why not go on a discovery tour around Henkell Freixenet in Wiesbaden, the world‘s leading sparkling wine producer?

"As sparkling as dry can get." Why not go on a discovery tour around Henkell Freixenet in Wiesbaden, the world‘s leading sparkling wine producer? The excursion into the world of
sparkling pleasure offers you a fascinating insight into how Germany‘s sparkling wine brand with the highest import volume is produced. Discover exciting wonders between tradition and innovation. Coffee roasters such as Kaufmanns, Maldaner Coffee Roasters, or Hepa Café Rösterei are as inviting as Chocolateria Kunder, whose pineapple tartlets are a culinary delight, and Café Maldaner, the only original Viennese coffee house in Germany.

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  • wiesbaden.de / Foto: Henkell&Co. Sektkellerei KG.