Hessische BergstrasseThe tiny region Hessische Bergstrasse takes its name from an old Roman trade route known as the strata montana, or mountain road.
It is a pretty landscape of vines and orchards scattered on hilly slopes � famous
for its colorful and fragrant springtime blossoms, the earliest in Germany. Riesling and Müller-Thurgau account for two-thirds
of the area under vine. The wines tend to be fragrant and rich, with more body and an acidity and finesse similar to those
of the Rheingau.
Hessische Bergstraße e.V.