Award-winning Landmarks of Wine Culture
This is the third time that the DWI has presented these awards, following on from 2010 and 2013, with the aim of raising public awareness of wine cultural diversity in Germany as a wine country, as well as contributing to the promotion of domestic wine tourism. "The newly awarded landmarks express the wine culture of the respective regions in a special way and are intended to serve as attractive destinations, especially for tourists interested in culture," explained DWI Managing Director Monika Reule at the award ceremony in Bernkastel-Kues.
An independent jury of experts from the fields of tourism, history, culture and wine selected the award-winning landmarks of wine culture 2022 from more than 50 proposals submitted by regional wine promotion agencies. The selection, made after extensive discussions, is extremely varied this year. It ranges from grand vineyard landscapes to monuments to wineries with an exceptional heritage of wine culture and encompasses eleven wine-growing regions.
Portraits of all Landmarks online
Detailed portraits of all award-winning landmarks are available here on www.germanwines.de or can be downloaded (PDF).
The 14 Landmarks of Wine Culture 2022 at a glance
Ahr: Red Wine Hiking Trail
- Kaiserstühl Loess Hollow Trails
- Professor Blankenhorn Wine Trail of the Staatsweinguts Freiburg
Franken: terroir f Rödelsee: in the name of Silvaner
Mittelrhein: Mittelrhein Riesling Charta
- Cusanusstift (St.-Nikolaus-Hospital)
- Roman Wine Ship of Neumagen
- Winningen Vineyard Terraces
Pfalz: Village St. Martin and Vineyard Wingertsberg
Rheingau: Queen Victoria Monument
Saale-Unstrut: Landesweingut Kloster Pforta
Sachsen: Weingut 3 Herren: Art in the Vineyard
Württemberg: Geigersberg: Historical Cultural Wine Landscape, Württemberg