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Wäimoart
Where? Place du Marché, L-6731 Grevenmacher Traditions, Wine festivals, Markets

The wine market in Grevenmacher is one of the most exciting events of the year for winegrowers

At the Grevenmacher wine market, on Friday after Easter, the new vintage is traditionally presented. Winegrowers from the entire Moselle region present their “new” wines. Connoisseurs will make their first predictions here: in autumn this or that wine will become a Grand Premier Cru! Visitors will be able to taste and order a variety of wines and crémant throughout the day. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to taste Moselle products before anyone else. More exclusivity is almost impossible!

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Location

Address: Place du Marché, Grevenmacher
Place du Marché
L-6731 Grevenmacher
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Phone:+352 75 03 11 1
E-Mail:info@grevenmacher.lu
Website:http://www.grevenmacher.lu
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