A trip to Wiesbaden is incomplete without taking a stroll through Wilhelmstrasse, which is fondly called by the locals as simply the Rue. Even if you are not a shopaholic, the sheer bright and busy nature of this street will lift up your spirits. A plethora of shops greet you on both sides and for history buffs, the western front has some old buildings reflecting the architecture of the bygone years which is certainly a treat for the eyes.
The Rheingau region in Germany has never really seen a dearth of wineries or sprawling vineyards. Of these, the Schloss Johannisberg is one of the oldest ones which manages to maintain a certain charm in its rustic atmosphere. Engaged in the process of making wines for over nine centuries, Schloss Johannisberg promises a wonderful winery setting, replete with tastings and tours of their wine cellar.
Presenting an array of tasteful wines produced in sprawling vineyards which span the expanse of the Middle Rhein region, Weingut Matthias Müller is among the oldest wineries in the area. Following a longstanding tradition which dates back centuries, the establishment strives to provide the finest quality wines. Drop by to immerse yourself in the viticulture which defines this region.
Weingut Didinger is a family owned winery and business which produces some amazing vintages, and their shop and bar is known for attracting patrons by the hundreds. From dry white wines, red wines, rose wines to even fine fruit brandies, the shop has it all. So if you are in town and an oenophile, then this place is unmissable.