Ediger-Eller at the Mosel
A real insider tip among Mosel connoisseurs
At the foot of the steepest vineyard region, the Calmont region, is probably one of the most beautiful and charming places in the middle of the magical river landscape of the Untermosel. The two villages of Ediger and Eller look back on more than 1350 years of history, which are recorded for the first time around 630. Until today, history and present meet here, coupled with cultural diversity and warm hospitality. Numerous half-timbered houses, monuments, monasteries and a largely preserved city wall are characteristic of the wine village, which is also affectionately known as "Rothenburg" at the Mosel. 200 ha of vines, grown mainly in sun-drenched steep slopes, promise the wine lovers excellent Riesling wines. In 2010, Ediger-Eller was honored as one of Germany's most sustainable locations with a gold medal at the federal level.