A land of deep forests, medieval castles, superlative wines and cities teeming with creativity - Germany is a country of idyllic landscapes, from the beaches of the North Sea to the peaks of Bavaria.
A bridge between past and present – this is no doubt the first impression visitors have of the Burg-Schwarzenstein Hotel, some sixty kilometers (thirty-seven miles) from Frankfurt, Germany.
Be it harvesting, pressing, or sipping the first-pressed juice at a grape-pickers’ luncheon, being part of the grape harvest is an unforgettable adventure. Here are Europe’s 10 best destinations for joining harvest toils and traditions or exploring European wines throughout the year.
Once you begin your journey into the world of wine, your travels will never be the same. The search for new wines and far-flung destinations in which to enjoy them will take over. To get you started on your voyage of the vine, here are 10 places around the world that will speak to the wine lover in.