Kaiserstuhl Tours offer you the best opportunity to explore the most Southern of German wine producing regions. Protected by the Vosges mountains in the West and the Black Forest in the East this volcanic formation enjoys a protected climate. Also called the German Tuscany you can find many animal and plant species, which can only be found in this part of Germany.
The wine of the Kaiserstuhl region is known for the dominant grape varieties: Pinot Noir. In addition to Burgundy, other grape varieties are planted, such as Müller-Thurgau and Silvaner, as well as Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Travelling through the Kaiserstuhl is like exploring the offering of your local wine merchant: Achkarren, Vogtsburg, Bahlingen, Burkheim and Oberbergen to name a few of the wine producing villages in the Kaiserstuhl. Most of the vineyards are family owned and there are many places where you can sample local wine.
Life is slow here. In spring the tractors of the local farmers tending their fruit trees will slow down traffic, in autumn it is the wine makers who bring in their harvest. The Kaiserstuhl is a perfect place to slow down and contemplate life.
There are many holiday lets, hotels, guest houses and caravan parks in the Kaiserstuhl area. You should definitely take your time exploring the German Tuscany. Away from the Kaiserstuhl there are many attractions to enjoy: Breisach with its Münster church, The UNESCO heritage site of Neuf-Breisach, Freiburg with its old town, the black forest and the Europa-Park, Germany’s largest fun park are within easy reach.
Kaiserstuhl tours offer an opportunity to explore the entire Upper Rhine Valley and more. Professional and experienced guides provide their services in German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Russian.