Brauneberg at the Mosel
When nut trees meet top quality wines
Already the Romans knew about the special climatic conditions of this region at the Mosel and built their wine here, which testifies to one of the oldest wine presses. Even today, the Mosel village first mentioned in 588 is characterized by viticulture. From the imposing backdrop, the world-famous Riesling vineyard "Brauneberger Juffer", the sundial already greets the visitors from a distance and symbolizes the Mediterranean way of life. The southern flair is also provided by the 300-year-old walnut trees that line the length of the Mosel on a length of 1.6 km. The wine village presents itself with old half-timbered and stone houses in quaint lanes as well as the unwavering landmark, the simultaneous church of St. Remigius with its oblique onion dome. Furthermore, the former convent of the Franciscan nuns in the Filzen district is one of the most imposing sacral structures at the Mosel and today attracts visitors to cultural events.