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Great Wine Capitals

Wine Germany - Mainz and Rheinhessen -  Great Wine Capital of German Wine
Mainz and Rheinhessen – Germanys largest wine-growing region and the State Capital of Rhineland-Palatinate - joined the Great Wine Capitals Global Network (GWC) in june 2008 - a joint venture of exclusive and famous wine capitals.


Sie sehen mehrere Weinflaschen mit Bildern aus den Great Wine Capitals Metropolen. (Quelle: Sascha Kopp)The Great Wine Capitals is a network of eight major global cities in both the northern and southern hemispheres, which share a key economic and cultural asset: their internationally renowned wine regions.

It is the only such network to encompass the so-called ‘Old’ and ‘New’ world of wine.


The GWC exists to encourage travel, education and business exchange between the internationally-renowned centres of Bordeaux, Cape Town, Florence, Mainz, Mendoza, Porto, Bilbao-Rioja and San Francisco-Napa.

The Great Wine Capitals aims to heighten the wine experience for everyone who visits these cities, and to help the cities themselves make the most of their extraordinary culture, heritage and geographical locations.


Logos Landeshauptstadt Mainz und Rheinhessen.

Dehoga Landesverband Rheinland-Pfalz | Die Mainzer Winzer e.V. | Handwerkskammer Rheinhessen | Industrie- und Handelskammer für Rheinhessen | Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz | Landeshauptstadt Mainz | Landkreis Alzey-Worms | Landkreis Mainz-Bingen | Mainz Marketing | Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Verkehr, Landwirtschaft und Weinbau | Rheinhessenwein e.V. | Rheinhessen Touristik GmbH | Weinbauverband Rheinhessen im Bauern- und Winzerverband Rheinland-Pfalz Süd