Moselle Valley
Photo by: Michael Gwyther-Jones, Creative Commons

Ehnen is a small commune in Wormeldange, one of the 116 municipalities in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and is in the Canton Grevenmacher region. The town of Ehnen has a population of a little over 500.

The best offering of the municipality is their varied selection of wines from the Moselle Valley. Since it is connected to Wincheringen, Germany via a bridge, Germans frequent the place for their wines. Not only Germans but with the rest of Europe and the world, visit Ehnen for a taste of their wines. Much of Ehnen’s economy is based on wine production. Ehnen has gained a reputation for the majestic fragrance of its vineyards and exquisite flavor of their wines.

Ehnen also houses the “The Wine Museum” which displays their treasury of wines. It was opened 1987 and its collection continues to grow. The museum contains pictures of the whole wine making process, starting from tilling vineyards to fighting grape disease to bottling. A bottle collection is also available in the museum.

The town is also famous for its medieval alleys and pathways. River fishing and other aquatic sports are also main attractions in the areas. And as usual, the bank of the river Moselle is a top destination for anyone who visits Ehnen.

The continental climate of the area is also relaxing. The town manifests mild winters and hot summers. More than this, the town of Ehnen offers majestic natural sceneries that you can admire. Their rich culture and exquisite wines are definitely few of the many reasons to visit Ehnen, Luxembourg.

One response to “Ehnen”

  1. Jean Guill says:

    Glad you enjoyed the fine wine in Ehnen. Unfortunately the picture shows the town of Cochem on the Mosel in Germany.

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