For ten days "Germany's cosy wine village" is a meeting point once again for wine lovers and connoisseurs from far and wide. The 43th Heilbronn wine village (Weindorf) promises exquisite consumption with top class wines from the "Heilbronn country" and from Hohenlohe. Up to 300,000 visitors
are due at the town hall.
cooperatives as well as
seventeen vineyards and cellars
offer 300 wines
in this large
public tasting. The 43th Heilbronn
Wine Village will be opened on
Friday 13th September at
5 pm by the Lord Mayor Helmut
Himmelsbach, the first chairman
of the tourist office Karl Seiter,
and the Kathy of Heilbronn.
The wine village also reflects the fact that Heilbronn lies in Germany's No.1 red wine region
. Lemberger, Samtrot, Trollinger and Lemberger are on the wine list. In addition to Riesling wines there are also rare types like Muskattrollinger, Rivaner, Acolon or Clevne on offer.
A variety of special events make
for an interesting ten days.
The magnificent floral decorations
are a trademark of the businesses
and florists, which will also be displayed this year in the floral decoration competition.
Capella, pop and cover bands as well as solo entertainers provide hours of musical evening entertainment on the main stage in the market place as well as in the town hall courtyard, on the Lohtorstraße, in the town hall alley and the Kieselmarkt.Daily opening hours
Monday – Friday from 3 pm to 11 pm
Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm
Sunday from 11 am to 10 pmA wine village brochure is available fom the Heilbronn Tourist Information Centre as of August.
available by contacting:
Heilbronn Tourist Information
Kaiserstraße 17, 74072 Heilbronn
Tel: +49 7131 562270, Fax: 563349