Wine route

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Wine route or wine road (German: Weinstraße - French: Route des Vins) is used for a number of tourist routes usually in German-speaking wine regions including:

 Germany[edit]

View of the Weinstraße region near Eschbach, Südliche Weinstraße
  • German Wine Route in Palatinate wine region, the first such route established
  • Badische Weinstraße on the western edge of the Black Forest in Baden
  • Bocksbeutelstraße in Franconia
  • Elbling-Route along the upper Moselle in the Mosel wine region
  • Moselweinstraße along the Moselle in the Mosel wine region
  • Rheingauer Rieslingroute in the Rheingau
  • Römische Weinstraße northeast of Trier in the Mosel wine region
  • Ruwer-Riesling-Route in the Mosel wine region
  • Weinstraße Saale-Unstrut in Saxony-Anhalt
  • Saar-Riesling-Straße on the lower Saar River in the Mosel wine region
  • Sächsische Weinstraße in Saxony
  • Weinstraße Mansfelder Seen in Saxony-Anhalt
  • Württemberger Weinstraße in Württemberg, established in 2004 including the former Schwäbischen Weinstraße

In addition, the German Wine Route has given the name Weinstraße to the region surrounding the route and to the administrative district (Kreis) of Südliche Weinstraße. Local municipalities sometimes add "an der Weinstraße" to their names.

Weinstraße is also the name of a medieval trading route in Hesse. The name does not refer to wine but to the Hessian for "Wagenstraße" ("cart" or "wagon road," Hessian: We-in, Wän, or Wäng = Wagen).

 Austria[edit]

  • Steirische Weinstraße in southern Styria
  • Schilcherweinstraße in western Styria

 Chile[edit]

  • "Wine Route of Chile"

 France[edit]

 Italy[edit]

 Luxembourg[edit]

 Spain[edit]

  • Somontano Wine Route (Ruta del Vino de Somontano) in the foothills of the Pyrenees

 Canada[edit]