This route leads through the midst of Blauburgunderland, the winegrowing region of Schaffhausen. Discover Schaffhausen's winegrowing history in the picturesque winegrowing villages. The route starts and finishes in the Old Town of Schaffhausen.
From Schaffhausen follow the logo indicated Nr. 77 to Beringen. Go on the local route via Löhningen, Gächlingen, Oberhallau and Hallau to Trasadingen. Then go on the route Nr. 77 back to Schaffhausen.
The beautiful, timber-framed houses, the splashing water in the fountains, the enchanting courtyards, the idyllic alleys and nooks. On a trip along the bottom of the valley of sunny Klettgau the picturesque villages of Schaffhausen’s rural communities, with their unique character and charm, await you. The countryside is covered with cornfields, and vineyards, where the Schaffhausen Pinot Noir grape ripens in the clay lime soil of the Jura foothills.
Poring over old manuscripts of the expert Roman winegrowers, monks and nuns discovered viniculture in the former Blauburgunderland. Today, Schaffhauserland is the largest contiguous winegrowing region in German-speaking Switzerland. In the idyllic winegrowing villages, Hallau and Wilchingen-Osterfingen, discover the wine culture of the Schaffhausen Pinot Noir and its rich history.
Enjoy the history of Schaffhausen’s viniculture whilst sipping a velvety smooth, full-bodied Schaffhausen Pinot Noir.
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