Stuttgart Wine Festival Weindorf, 17 August – 4 September 2022

Stuttgarter Weindorf – a paradise for all wine lovers

17 August – 4 September 2022


About Stuttgarter Weindorf

Stuttgarter Weindorf is attracting people from all of Germany, Europe and even other continents to experience a uniquely peaceful and cosy atmosphere and, of course, the best wines and food from this district of Germany.

The festival area is packed with people every evening, so you better be early to get a good seat.

The evenings bring a pleasant atmosphere with the surroundings and sound of wining and talking people.

There is more space in earlier afternoons, and you can more easily go around and see what the different stands have to offer.

A long tradition that goes back a thousand years and an outstanding mild climate with ideal conditions produce some of the country’s best wines each year.

Weindorf was an idea made of small, local guesthouses run by winegrowers who served its wine products with homemade and traditional food.

So, the first festival gets birth from that idea in 1976.

It immediately became extremely famous – and visited by tourists, families, students and managers.

Good food, chocolates and wine

A few words about the food, as well.

On Stuttgarter Weindorf, you’ll find around 30 open-air restaurants and specialities from the region, including 500 local wines from Baden.

Some stands serve sweet delicacies and chocolates.

This festival has it all – tradition, quality and great atmosphere.

And that’s the best recommendation for visiting this beautiful German city in late August.

The location is in the city centre of Stuttgart – Marktplatz, Schillerplatz, Kirchstraße.

Hotel tips


Motel One Stuttgart was our hotel during the festival.

It was perfect with excellent service.

Breakfast and the breakfast room was also delicious.

The position of this place is perfect for visiting attractions in central Stuttgart, such as the famous Königstraße shopping street and Stadtgarten park.

It’s only 5 minutes to walk to the train station.

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