Welcome to Mosel

Enjoy wine tours in Mosel – the most beautiful wine region!

Our Mosel Wine Tours feature the most beautiful wine region in Germany, possibly on Earth!

Whether as healthy as once claimed by the Romans or not, Mosel wines are compelling – and so is the entire wine-growing area. Steep slopes, castles, impossible river loops, and historic villages… the Mosel wine region features it all.

Ever since the Romans developed viticulture in the region, Mosel wines have enticed wine lovers with their lean, floral, sometimes honeyed finesse.

At BottleStops we are no exception, we love Mosel wines (although, we are suckers for Rieslings from Rheingau, Pfalz, Nahe and Rheinhessen, too). But no other region comes with similar sights – there are no steeper, no more spectacular vineyards in the world than those of Mosel!

We love to take the tasting stops of our wine tours around the beautiful townships of Bernkastel, Traben-Trarbach and Cochem. Mosel Winemakers to visit are Dr. Loosen, Markus Molitor, Selbach Oster, Clemens Busch, Immich-Batterieberg, and many more.

“Vinum Mosellanum Sanum Est” – “Mosel wines are healthy”

Ausonius, a Roman…a long time ago

BottleStops' Mosel Wine Tours in Detail

Date, Time and Duration

Our Mosel wine tours are scheduled on request and leave from Mainz at 9.30 am with a return at approx 5.00 pm. Count approximately 90 mins travel time from Mainz to our target area in the Mosel river valley.

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The Mosel wine making region (highlighted in light brown on the map) is almost identical to the Mosel River – the vineyards are almost exclusively located on the river slopes. A trip to Mosel can be started from Koblenz (where Mosel meets Rhein), or from former roman capital Trier in the west. However, the key town in the Mosel Winemaking area is Bernkastel Kues, which can be reached within an 80-90 minutes drive westwards from Mainz.

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Wine Tour(s)

Private on request

Pickup and Dropoff

Private wine tours to Mosel include pickup and drop-off at your accommodation in the Mainz region. Different locations are possible, too, yet will be subject to surcharges.


There will be at least two wine tasting stops at Mosel wineries, and a lunch stop. Depending on pace and progress there will be stops for pictures and village sightseeing as well.

Group Size

Our luxury van has a capacity for a total of 7 people.


Pricing for private tours to Mosel start at 1085 Euro for a 8-9 hrs experience. Surcharges may apply for overtime and extra-distance.

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Tours in Mosel

Let BottleStops take you around on a tour of the best vineyards and wineries in Germany!

Private Tour in Mosel