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A glimpse behind the scenes of the wine-growers and the processing of the grapes.

The Mainz Wine Market in the Romantic City Park takes place between August 27th to 30th and September 3rd to 6th, 2015. Once a year anyone and everyone who produces, sells or just enjoys wine in the region takes part in a get-together in Mainz’s Stadtpark (city park).

Germany's largest vintners procession, election of the Palatinate and German wine queens and German wine fair will take place between 2 and 12 October 2015.

The Baden Wine Route has been welcoming visitors from all over the world for over 60 years. This charming tourist route leads through one of the best wine regions in Europe and runs from Heidelberg to Baden-Baden in the northern Black Forest to Weil am Rhein on the Swiss border.

Onion Fair Events

The famous Weimar's Onion Market is the biggest Volksfest not only in Weimar but also in the whole of Thuringia, a German holiday region that is comprised of a wide variety of landscapes, a remarkable number of castles and palaces, extraordinary architectural and cultural diversity and a great range of leisure activities. The fair is held in October and attracts around 300,000 visitors every year.

The Stuttgart Wine Festival is a not-to be-missed event for wine lovers. It is held each year in the Baden-Württemberg region of Germany. The festival’s entire focus is on food and wine, and it’s a summer event with a twist: there is no loud music! Those who, in addition to gastronomy, also love velocity and cars will find a real paradise and this event is the perfect chance to discover the region.

Oktoberfest Events

Munich is internationally well known because of Oktoberfest, the biggest beer festival in the world and the biggest popular feast in Germany, with more than six million visitors annually. A paradise for beer lovers (with 14 beer tents to choose from each one more awesome than the other). It’s the perfect place to discover the authentic ambience of a German feast.

Frankfurt's favourite tipple Apfelwine (apple wine) is a type of cider made from time-houred apples. Try any of the excellent varieties available at the festival's numerous stands and traditional stalls.

Dürkheim Sausages Fair (Wurstmarkt) is internationally well known as the world’s biggest wine festival and is one of the most popular culinary feasts in Germany. The event has a long history of nearly six hundred years and it mostly celebrates the excellent local wines with a lot of tastings. In fact, the region is the largest wine region in the country.

Boasting Germany's biggest wine procession, the German Grape Harvest Festival in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse is the highpoint of the German wine festival season.