About Via mosel’

The Greater Region is an important local market for the wine estates of the Moselle Valley, providing a wide range of consumers among its 11.5 million inhabitants. However, these potential customers often have little or no knowledge of the wine tourism options available throughout the Moselle region, an area spanning three countries, from Toul in the Lorraine through Remich in Luxembourg, right the way down to Koblenz in Germany.

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Wine tourism means wine sales. Yet, until now, this opportunity has remained underused by winegrowers, who are often discouraged by onerous administration and customs procedures, particularly regarding the sale of small quantities of wine to individuals or restaurateurs. This observation led to the birth of the Via mosel’ project, which aims to both promote the circulation of wine within the Greater Region by overcoming customs and excise-related obstacles, and to develop wine tourism within the international Moselle Valley, focusing on the themes of wine and architecture.

Via mosel

It brings together the three Moselle nations France, Luxembourg and Germany by highlighting its wine architecture. A jury of experts has selected the most beautiful wine estates and villages for their touristic quality and remarkable architecture. The Via mosel' route lines up the favourites of the Moselle valley without borders like a string of pearls.
Of course, you are welcome in the wineries and wine villages all year round. Plan your short holiday, your three-country trip or an extended motorhome tour with our website

Till september 2021 the Via mosel’ project was supported by the European Economic Interest Group, Terroir Moselle and funded by the European cooperation programme Interreg Grande Région and by regional co-financing in all three countries.
In the meantime, Via mosel' has become an independent tourism programme, which is supported by the participating wineries, wine villages and regional partners.

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The EEIG Terroir Moselle

Founded in 2013 in the symbolic commune of Schengen in Luxembourg, the European Economic Interest Group Terroir Moselle is composed of 19 member organisations from the viticulture, tourism and institutional sectors in France, Luxembourg and Germany. Its goal is to develop cross-border cooperation between the three countries and to help wine companies raise their profile. The EEIG has been supporting the Via mosel’ wine tourism project since November 2018.