Durkheim’s Wurstmarkt is the largest wine festival in the world.
A lovely festival with lots of fun and wine.
It’s one of the most traditional and entertaining festivals in Germany, held annually in the Pflaz.
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Even though it’s called Oktoberfest, it starts in mid-September.
Without a doubt it’s the most famous beer fest in Europe, and probably the world.
Tuscany is the setting for the Chianti Classico Wine Festival.
Enjoy the festival from 8 to 11 September, and then drink in the delightful scenery on road from Florence to Siena.
Mid-September is when one of the most prestigious festivals of its kind takes place: the Budapest Wine Festival.
It’s held in the magnificent Buda Castle on the banks of Danube and the views are stunning.
Almost as good as the wines!
Wine, delicious gastronomic delicacies, fireworks, sports and concerts – that’s what you’ll encounter when you visit the Rioja Wine Harvest Festival in Logrono.
Guernsey is the biggest of the Channel Islands and home to the Guernsey International Food Festival.
The scenery is a delight for the eyes while the food will tantalize your taste buds.