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Located behind St. Peter Kirche, Wernerkapelle Bacharach is more than 500 year-old structure in Bacharach am Rhein, Germany. It is made up of red sandstone and lies on the way from the city to the Stahleck Castle. This clover leaf-like Gothic structure was destroyed during the Palatine War Succession in 1689 but restored over the years till 1996. Though the chapel remains roofless to date, it is a remarkable sight when illuminated at night.
Overlooking the picturesque vineyards, Weingut Ratzenberger is a beautiful wine estate. This family-owned winery is known to produce delicious red and white wines like burgundy, riesling, pinot blanc and brut. Visitors can plan a getaway at their estate, enjoy the spectacular views of the Rhine Valley, take a guided tour of their winery and taste their delectable wines.
A visit to the Karl Heidrich winery is more than just wine-tasting. The grapes, which are grown on the verdant slopes of Bacharach, can be enjoyed at a wine tasting session, which is a curated experience complete with food pairings. The vaulted cellar can be toured separately where the fermentation process can be understood in detail, and finally the winery also offer a long wine hike, which has 6 different pairings. Overall, a visit here is a long and rewarding affair.