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Weinstube Kesselstatt, Trier

(4.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Fans of wine--and Riesling in particular--should make a beeline for Weinstube Kesselstatt to learn all about the history of Riesling and the region’s rich vineyard tradition. An expert will guide you through a large wine cellar for a wine tasting, offering you a variety to sample, as well as a freshly baked baguette to nibble on. If you forget to book in advance or would rather skip the tour, hit the wine bar for a glass or two, along with some Rhineland-Palatinate specialty dishes. If the weather permits, grab a seat on the terrace and take in the view of the Cathedral. Plan to visit Weinstube Kesselstatt during your Trier vacation using our convenient Trier trip generator.
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  • Trier is one of the main growing region Moselle wine from wine restaurants and wine taverns in the city but this is rare pub that self-service is all. To save labor costs, the price has to offer, and there are many wine lovers.
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  • Wine indoor theme park atmosphere. Wine wine and wine-related market like paradise. Various forms on the other side of the bar with that fine wine, wine glasses, was spectacular.
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  • We have been sitting here after visiting the Duomo and the Lady Church. Because of the self-service very relaxed a glass of wine and a snack done! Very relaxed! Well kept terrace with plenty of atmosphere! Definitely worth a drink!
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  • Great simple food. Good wine. Cozy amviance. Central location. Try it. We will go back.
  • Nice place cosy place with good local wine and food. The only problem is that the food and drinks need to be ordered from the counter. This creates queues, which can be a hassle.
  • Good and affordable wine complements the wonderful meal that we had. Wonderful and tastefully done decorations makes it very cosy.
  • This Weinstube is very nice. The ham and cheese plates were good. We like a lot the german atmosphere of this place.
  • Having good wine and a decent meal in the shadows of a UNESCO world heritage site is hard to beat. The house wine is very good for the price, and they had English menus handy to make it easier for us to order our salads and strudel. The view was the main event here, but the service, food and prices did nothing to diminish the experience.