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Germany - The Moselle valley

The Moselle region is Germany's oldest wine region. The steep slopes of the river valleys are densely planted with vines. The steep slopes characterise this area like hardly any other wine landscape in the world. The Moselle and its tributaries, the Saar and Ruwer, flow through a tradition-steeped cultural landscape where the Celts and Romans planted vines and produced wine 2000 years ago. The grape harvest usually begins in September and lasts until November. Whether a romantic weekend for two or a family trip - the Moselle region offers experiences for young and old!

Mineral and fruity white wines are the hallmark of the Moselle wine-growing region - wines that go particularly well with light cuisine with international influences. It is impossible to imagine the range of most wineries on the Moselle without sparkling wines, Cremant and Secco. The sparkling wines are not only suitable as an aperitif, but also go well with many select dishes.

One of the most beautiful hotels on the Moselle is the Romantik Jugendstilhotel Bellevue in Traben-Trarbach. The multi-award-winning restaurant "Belle-Epoque" combines the finest cuisine with locally grown wines. Chef Matthias Meurer spoils his guests with a classic-modern and French-influenced style of cuisine. The finest dishes at a high level make the heart of every gourmet beat faster. The extensive wine list offers wine lovers a wide selection of Moselle wines, as well as selected growths from the old and new wine world.

The Romantik Jugendstilhotel Bellevue not only delights its guests with its culinary delights, but also with its wellness facilities - equipped with a penthouse sauna landscape, swimming pool with counter-current system, cardio room and roof terrace, this invites guests to completely relax.

Enjoy an unforgettable time in one of the most beautiful regions of Germany while enjoying local hospitality. Get to know the multifaceted Moselle Valley!

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