|Municipal assoc.||Schweich an der Römischen Weinstraße|
|• Mayor||Norbert Friedrich|
|• Total||11.70 km2 (4.52 sq mi)|
|Elevation||120 m (390 ft)|
|• Density||93/km2 (240/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
Located in a wide, natural amphitheater of the Moselle valley, the wine of the commune of Klüsserather Bruderschaft (confraternatity of Klüsserath) is deemed to be a classical, southward, precipitous vineyard. About 90 hectares of vineyards with up to 83% of acclivity make the site one of the largest contiguous southward slopes at the Moselle. The commune of Klüsserath - as a classical street village - runs from this undercut slope to the river Moselle a distance of 2 kilometres. The long parallel streets are linked through small alleys. The stretching of Klüsserath has proverbial character: "So lang wie Klüsserath" (As long as Klüsserath).
Nearby Klüsserath the river Salm meets the Moselle.
The federal road "B53", formerly known as "Mittelmoselstraße" (Central Moselle Road), runs between the village and the Moselle River on a flood protection embankment, built from 1927 to 1933.
Rivenich, Klausen (both Verbandsgemeinde Wittlich-Land), Piesport, Neumagen-Dhron, Trittenheim (all Verbandsgemeinde Neumagen-Dhron) (these villages belong to the district Bernkastel-Wittlich); Köwerich, Thörnich, Bekond (Verbandsgemeinde Schweich, district Trier-Saarburg)