The Pfalz

There is nothing that is not here.

The Palatinate wine-growing region has many distinctive elements: A long tradition extending back to the Romans, a unique cohesion (the wine-growing zone to the east of the Haardt is 85 kilometers long and just a few kilometers in width), an outstanding market importance (every third bottle of wine bought in Germany originates from the Palatinate region), a particularly mild climate (in some years the amount of sunshine exceeds more than 2000 hours) as well as a remarkable size: With almost 23,400 hectares, the Palatinate wine-growing region is the second largest wine-growing region in Germany and has a forth of the German wine-growing acreage.

The Pfalz in numbers

The Pfalz
to 1992 Rhine Palatinate is Germany’s second largest wine region.

Wine-growing areas
Mittelhaardt-Deutsche Weinstrasse (Mittelhaardt-German Wine Route)
Südliche Weinstrasse (Southern Wine Route)

Area under vines: about 23,490 hectares
with more than 100 million vines

25 regional sites and 325 individual layers

144 wine-growing villages
with approximately 5500 wineries, of which about 2000 prime working

Generator structure
approximately 1520 self-marketer (wineries)
and 22 wine cooperatives and
11 producer groups