© Inge Faust


A winegrowing village like painted

Pünderich exudes a unique feeling of tranquillity. When you stroll through the village centre's cobbled streets and admire the many historic, richly decorated half-timbered houses, you will quickly realise why. The wines from Pünderich have an excellent reputation and are known far beyond the Mosel region's borders. The vines grow on the south-facing slope on the other side of the Mosel and form a dreamlike backdrop for a wine tasting at the vintners or a stop in a Straußwirtschaft.

The picture was taken on the opposite side from the vineyards. The picture shows the Mosel and the village of Pünderich.
© Inge Faust
The picture shows an aerial view over the Moselle near the Marienburg. The Mosel is separated by a mountain. It passes Pünderich on the left and Bullay on the right.
© Philipp Bohn

Enjoy the Mosel cuisine with traditional, hearty dishes such as Deppekoche or Tresterfleisch. Or visit one of the traditional Pünderich street wine festivals in May and September. High above Pünderich, on the opposite side of the Mosel, are the Marienburg and the Prinzenkopf lookout tower, which are also well worth a visit. A wine trail leads up from the Mosel ferry pier. Once at the top, enjoy the magnificent view of the Mosel valley.

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