Wine country Baden
There are three things that make a good wine an extraordinary one: The site, the site, and again... the site. Baden, Germany’s warmest and most sun-spoilt wine growing area, is part of the demanding B wine growing zone of the European Union; thus, it is on the same list of world-famous wine regions as Burgundy, the Alsace, the Champagne, and the Loire valley. The total of 15,500 hectares of outstanding wine growing sites is divided into nine regions: Tauberfranken, Badische Bergstraße, Kraichgau, Ortenau, Breisgau, Kaiserstuhl, Tuniberg, Markgräflerland, and Lake Constance. Each region is characterized by an extraordinary climate and special soil structures. So what is required for viticulture are many years of experience, differentiated knowledge, and a special intuition – which only the local vintners’ families have. Their competence for quality becomes evident every time they create unique wines using the interaction between the climate, the soil, and the vine. Learn more in our vintners’ map and let Baden’s variety enthuse you!