Upcoming wine events in PFALZ

Where the vines outnumber the people 600 to 1

Culinary Vineyard Hike in Siebeldingen

Culinary Vineyard Hike in Siebeldingen

August 25 @ 10:00 am
Südliche Weinstrasse e.V.
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Frankweiler wine festival

Frankweiler Wine Festival

August 24
Dagoberthalle
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Burrweiler Wineries Wine Festival

Burrweiler Wineries Wine Festival

August 23
Burrweiler Wineries
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Wein- und Knoppfest Hochstadt

Wine and Knoppfest Hochstadt

August 9
Ortsmitte Hochstadt
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Wine Festival

Wine Festival in Niederkirchen

July 28
Dorfplatz
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German French Wine Event

German French Wine Event

July 6
Grenzenlos Wein
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Weingut Schloss Janson

Wein Lounge at Schloss Janson

July 5 @ 5:00 pm
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St. Martin’s Wine Trail Wine Walk

June 8 @ 8:00 am
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About PFLAZ

Pfalz, bathed in sunshine and bordering France, is Germany’s second-largest wine region. This powerhouse produces more wines and international grape varieties than any other in the country. Here, you’ll find dry Rieslings, complex Dornfelders, and countless rich, bold, and fruity options. And don’t forget to try a “weinschorle,” a refreshing staple of Pfalz made with white wine and soda water. Fun fact: the region boasts 600 vines for every person!

Explore Germany’s oldest wine road, the Weinstraße, a scenic 85km route connecting 130 charming wine villages. For a truly unique experience, visit during the last Sunday of August, when the road closes to motorized traffic and transforms into a haven for walkers, cyclists, and even inline skaters.

Pfalz also kicks off Germany’s wine festival season in mid-March/April with the Mandelblütenfest (Almond Blossom Festival). Imagine admiring the beautiful white and pink blossoms while sipping on fruity Rieslings and Spätburgunders! Finally, don’t miss Bad Dürkheim, a stop along the Weinstraße and home to the annual Wurstmarkt (Sausage Market) in September. Despite the name, it’s actually Germany’s biggest wine festival, where they crown a National Wine Queen each year.

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