Route du Vin


The Mosel River forms a natural border
between Germany and Luxembourg and along its
shores we find the Luxembourgish Wine Route .

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23 thoughts on “Route du Vin

  1. These pictures look like postcards. This region is very beautiful. I don't usually drink but I wouldn't mind tasting some of this wine. 🙂

    Cheers!

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  2. The whole stretch of the Moselle from Luxembourg to the Rhine is idyllic. I like the shots of the ripening grapes here.

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  3. Fabulous! Wish I could be there wandering from one wine yard to another:)
    Have a great time in this amazing place.
    Hugs

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  4. Beautiful photos, and looks like the grapes will make a very tasty bottle of wine, (order me a coupla doz bottles) lol.lol.

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  5. Wow, what beautiful scenery. It all looks so peaceful and calm. I remember years ago when we lived in Scottsdale, Arizona we would go pick our own grapes right from the vine — 5 cents a pound!

    Wonderful photographs!

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  6. Amazing shots 🙂
    Its al beautiful nature there !!

    ( Is it in Luxembourg also so hot weather its here now 34grC 😦
    I was a few days to the sea,
    for a cooling dowm :))))

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  7. Wonderful post! Such beautiful shots!
    If you ever come to Portugal again you have to visit the Douro Valley up north. It's the most beautiful vine landscape I've seen in my life. And the wine is fantastic! 🙂

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  8. I remember the beauty of this region many years ago when I was on a school trip to Germany. We flew to Luxembourg, spent the night in Metz, and if I remember correctly we took some type of cruise on the river. I hope to some day return. (Now I need to get out our old slide projector and my slides from that trip!!!)

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