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Moselle Valley: Guided Vineyard Tour with Wine Tasting

1. Moselle Valley: Guided Vineyard Tour with Wine Tasting

Spend half a day in the Moselle wine region, soaking up the superb scenery and breathtaking landscapes while on a leisurely stroll through the vineyards. Listen as a knowledgable sommelier and charismatic wine ambassador shed light on the history of the region. Learn about the elaborate process of producing grapes in some of the world's steepest vineyards. Visit a family-owned estate and take a short walking tour of the facilities. Be welcomed in a wine-tasting room and learn how to taste and pair wine to specific food. Enjoy a flight of at least six premium wines with some light lunch or dinner over the course of two hours with your dedicated sommelier. A broad audience of both wine lovers and those seeking an exciting first wine-tasting experience are welcome. After your visit you will have the opportunity to purchase wines and other local products from the estate.

Cochem: Private Guided Walking Tour

2. Cochem: Private Guided Walking Tour

Inhabited since Celtic times and once part of the Roman Empire, it was first documented in the 9th century with the Latin name Villa Cuchema, demonstrating how deep the historical roots of this town go. Cochem was also once an Imperial estate and was once besieged and occupied by the French. King Louis XIV burned down the original castle and conquered the city, which led to a lengthy reconstruction afterwards. Napoleon’s army also occupied the city in the 18th century but then was assigned to Prussian rule with the fall of Napoleon. World War II also left its mark here, with the majority of the city being destroyed, due to its subcamps of the Natzweiler concentration camp. After the war, Cochem was reassigned to the newly founded German State of Rhineland-Palatinate. Wonder at St Martin’s Church, one of the landmarks of the city, and discover the Capuchin Monastery, founded in 1623 by the Elector Lothar von Metternich. Explore the Market Square and its importance in the late Middle Ages, with a view of the city’s charming half-timbered houses. Discover the castle Reichsburg, a beautifully restored medieval castle, one of the highest hill castles on the river Mosel. Cochem is a gem from the Mosel with much more to offer!

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What people are saying about Moselle Valley

The best vineyard tour we have been so far! The guide, Andy, is extremely knowledgeable, friendly and most importantly passionate about wine and the vineyards. I thought that the little hike around the vines finished with drinking Sekt at the top in a great company was a highlight, but then it got even better! Food was delicious and wine pairing exceptional! Thank you Andy again for the tour and answering all our questions! It was really inspiring to meet a person that can so greatly pass the passion to the wine! Of course we have left with some bottles of wine from the winery and we are looking forward to enjoy it at our home with friends :)

We have gone on several winery tours in the past, but this one by far surpasses them all. There were many factors that made this one the best. The first was our phenomenal tour guide, Andreas. His amazing knowledge on both the history of wine in the area and the science behind wine making were superb. He delivers the information with great passion and in a very friendly way. Next, was the unbelievable food that his wife prepared for us and how the wine was paired with each of the four courses. Overall, between the walk through the vineyard and meal, the tour was an incredible 6 plus hours that just seemed to fly by.

It was great! Our expectations were more than exceeded. On the wine hike, Andreas told us a lot of interesting things about viticulture and production. The subsequent meal at the Basten winery with the associated wine tasting was also delicious and we were also able to learn some exciting things about wine tasting here. A successful day all round! A big thank you to Andreas & Gabi. Greetings from Cologne.

The wine tour with Andy was fantastic! He spoke passionately about his company. At the top of the hill, between the vineyards, we all enjoyed a few glasses of brut. Finally in his home the wine tasting continued with delicious matching food. Made by himself, partly by his wife. We were covered for more than 7 hours and it was well worth it! I would book this tour again if we return to the Moselle.

It was super informative & exciting. It was so much fun and not a bit too strenuous. Mr. Offinger always leads his groups through the vineyards with 100% passion. You notice that after the first few minutes. His wife's food was delicious too. We really liked it and it was so worth it. A huge compliment to the Offinger family & thank you for this great experience.