The German Wine Route is one of the oldest tourist routes in Germany and runs through the wine-growing region of the Palatinate, which lies in the region of the same name in the southeast of Rhineland-Palatinate and is the second largest wine-growing region in Germany. The road is about 85 km long and runs from south to north. It begins at the German Wine Gate in Schweigen-Rechtenbach on the French border and ends at the House of the German Wine Route in Bockenheim on the outskirts of Rheinhessen. We drive the route in the opposite direction and only to Rhodt unter Rietburg (the rest of the route is largely identical to the RLV Mandelpfad). Of course we mainly use the cycle route to the wine route and not the car routes.
After the start in Bockenheim we go via Asselheim, Grünstadt, Kirchheim and Freinsheim to Bad Dürkheim. Then via Wachenheim, Forst, Deidesheim and Gimmeldingen to Neustadt an der Weinstraße. Finally via Hambach, Maikammer and Edenkoben to the finish in Rhodt.
This RLV is only available as a download version. After payment is booked you will receive the necessary download link.