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Berlin is a wine-growing region and Berlin's largest vineyard can be visited in the Neukölln district. In the south of Berlin, about 1,500 vines grow on the site of almost 5,000 m². A wonderful green excursion destination.  During guided tours and workshops, visitors can learn more about historical and current viticulture in Berlin. On site it is shown how wine is made from grapes.

Britzer Weinkultur
Britzer Weinkultur © tanja dickert,

The Acolon (red wine) and Ortega (white wine) varieties thrive particularly well in Berlin's latitudes today and produce wines of appealing quality.

In 2002, the tradition of winegrowing was revived in the Britz district of Neukölln. The first documented reference to wine growing in the region dates back to 1173, and monks were already cultivating wine here in the Middle Ages. Due to the decline of the monasteries and a so-called "Little Ice Age", this tradition was almost forgotten. Only some Berlin street names such as Weinmeisterhornweg or Weinbergweg remind us of this time.

  • Guided tours
  • Wine tasting
  • Election of the wine queen/ king
  • Concerts
  • Readings
  • Workshops
  • Open days
  • Farm store
  • Book corner
  • Play corner for children
  • Gastronomic offers
  • Vine sponsorships
Opening hours:
  • Monday - Friday 9-14 h
  • weekends + holidays: after announcement
The social bookstore and the farm shop at the WeinKultur are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm.

Please note the COVID-19 regulations.

Additional information

Educational Services

The Britzer WeinKultur is organized by Agrarbörse Deutschland Ost e.V. and by the Verein zur Förderung der Britzer WeinKultur e.V.