The 8 Best Things to Do in Grevenmacher, Grevenmacher District
Grevenmacher (Luxembourgish: Gréiwemaacher) is a commune with town status in eastern Luxembourg, near the border with Germany. It is the capital of the canton and the district of Grevenmacher. The town is situated on the left bank of the Moselle River, in a wine growing region.
1. Jardin Des Papillons
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Reviewed By pan_viator - Teignmouth, United KingdomTeignmouth, United Kingdom
Good for kids of all ages
We'd spent a few days looking at the historical bits, castles, museums, etc. and wanted something a bit lighter. The butterfly farm was just right. It's not especially big, but you can spend quite a while there, just sitting watching the wildlife. Mostly
2. Moselle Valley
5 based on 10 reviews
Reviewed By EdinburghShoegal - EdinburghEdinburgh
We explored the Southern part of the Moselle Valley, starting at Remich and ending at Shengen. Our favourite visit was to Caves des Vignerons de Wellenstein, part of the Domaines de Vinsmoselle co-operative. We had tastings and matched wines to our person
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Reviewed By jessicapJ6130SS
Lovely location & reasonable food
Visited for one of the free open air concerts. The courtyard was packed. We had cocktails, salads, chips, wines, drinks and coffee.All tasty and nothing to complain about.
4. Caves de Grevenmacher - Domaines Vinsmoselle
5 based on 3 reviews
The Cave de Grevenmacher is the oldest winery of the cooperative along the Moselle River. It was founded in 1921 by Paul Faber, the first president of Domaines Vinsmoselle. Therefore, the room available for seminars and festivities such as banquets and receptions is named after its founder, Paul Faber. Our team welcomes you from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. – noon. and 1.00p.m. - 6 p.m, Saturdays from 9 a.m. – noon and 1.00p.m. – 5 p.m, for Wine tasting, advice and wine sale.
Reviewed By JLB47 - ColoradoColorado
Great wine tasting!
I was staying in Luxembourg City and went to Grevenmacher for the day for wine tasting. I stopped by the Domaines Vinsmoselle - Grevenmacher tasting room (called "wine shop" on the Domaines Vinsmoelle website) for a wine tasting and had a great time. Not
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By Muriël G
Always enjoy the walk
It's a wonderfull walk between the wine ranks. I always enjoy the beautiful view. We've already spend several times here and it's always just as pleasant.
6. Waschbuer Kundel
3.5 based on 5 reviews
Reviewed By Satangai - Luxembourg City, LuxembourgLuxembourg City, Luxembourg
Grevenmacher è un centro cittadino carino con zona pedonale. Il Waschbuer Kundel in realtà non puo' essere considerate una attrazione di rilievo, ma vale la pena fare la passaggiata in centro.
7. Messengers' Fountain
3.5 based on 5 reviews
Reviewed By Muriël G
A special fountain
Already spend several good times here in Grevenmacher enjoying the view and sitting by the fountain. Especially nice when it's really hot.
8. Caves Bernard Massard
4 based on 82 reviews
A family managed company, Bernard-Massard is the main producer of traditional method sparkling wines of Luxembourg and by extension of the Benelux countries. After more than 95 years of existence, our company remains true to the values ofquality and entrepreneurship of our founder Jean-Bernard-Massard. It is with a constant passion that, together with our 85 employees, we elaborate and market our best Cuvees and great luxembourgish still wines. As of today, Bernard-Massard is luxembourg's first privately owned wine Producer with about 4 million bottles leaving yearly our cellars. The reputation of our company reaches far over the borders of our beautiful country. Beside a strong presence in Belgium, our Cuvees are well represented in countries like Finland or Canada (Quebec) as well as in many other markets. Bernard-Massard's loyal customers and the numerous awards won in prestigious international contests undoubtedly testify the quality consistency of our brands.
Reviewed By James O - Macomb, MichiganMacomb, Michigan
Informative, Beautiful and Delicious
Let me preface this by saying that I am a true champagne drinker and have been to Reims / Epernay in France and visited some of the best champagne houses there. I am not trying to compare the two as that would be like comparing a French Bordeaux to a Cali