Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl is the biggest wine-producing town in Germany. It is located in Kaiserstuhl in the Baden-Württemberg region. The beautiful landscapes not only attract the local citizens but tourist from all part of the world.
Vogtsburg is the combination of nine individual villages: Artzenheim, Bahlingen, Baltzenheim, Bötzingen, Breisach, Eichstetten, Endingen, Ihringen, Sasbach.
The village’s castle, Vogt Castle, is considered the heart of the Kaiserstuhl District.
The village offers a large selection of hotels, private accommodation, restaurants and wineries.
Objects of interest include four churches that were designed by a famous the famous architect, Friedrich Weinbrenner, and a museum that was built in 1979.