Caves des Vignerons de Wellenstein
Caves des Vignerons de Wellenstein Review
The Caves des Vignerons de Wellenstein is 2 km (1¼ mi) up the hill from Bech-Kleinmacher, in the tiny village of Wellenstein. This is one of the visitor centers for the Domaines de Vinsmoselle company, a cooperative of many of Luxembourg's smaller wine growers. A one-hour stop here will allow you to take in a film about Moselle wines, a tour of the facility, and tastings. The caves—the largest in the country—have been in continual use for over 100 years and are surrounded by 900 hectares of vineyards.
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