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  • Wijngoed Monteberg

    Vineyard Monteberg

    In 1996, some 600 vines were planted on the southern slopes of the Monteberg and the Kemmelberg as a trial to see if the region and its terroir were suitable for ...

  • Wijngoed Entre Deux Monts

    Vineyard Entre-Deux-Monts

    The Entre-Deux-Monts Estate nestles gently in the protective folds between the Rodeberg (Red Mountain) and the Zwarteberg (Black Mountain): in other words, between two mountains or, in French entre...

  • Wijngoed Vidaigne

    Vidaigne Estate

    The Vidaigne Estate is, without doubt, one of the most idyllic vineyards in all Belgium. It is situated at the bottom of a beautiful and largely natural garden, with magnificent views ...

  • Klein Rijselhoek Estate

    After first planting a trial vineyard, in 2009 Peter Vandamme was able to start as a wine-grower in the Heuvelland BOB region. His 1-hectare plot is situated at the foot of ...

  • D' Hellekapelle Estate

    Michel and Carine Dehem-Suffis plantedtheir vineyard in 2009 at Nieuwkerke at the Kauwackers: 3,000 sticks of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Michel makes wood-bearing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Cabbage...

  • Vineyard Koudekot

    Koudekot has three different types of grape, all blue varieties that share the common characteristic of early ripening. This is essential for the making of highquality still wines in a northern ...

  • Heuvelland Vintage Cycling Route

    The Heuvelland Vintage Cycling Route takes you along ten wineries. Waymarks, in the shape of wine bottles, provide information about each place. The wine can be sampled at the wineries ...

  • Heuvelland Wine Tour - 30 km

    This tour is the best way to visit and taste Heuvelland's great wineries. Distance: 30 km Start: Kemmel

  • Neuve-Eglise Estate

    At the beginning of May 2016, a new vineyard appeared in Nieuwkerke. On half a hectare of ground on the slopes to the south of the village, Frederik Debruyne has ...

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    Walk & Talk among the vineyards (5,8 km)

    Would you like to learn everything about the Entre-Deux-Monts wine estate? Follow the Walk & Talk route from vineyard to vineyard and from info-panel to info-panel. The route consists of ...

  • Wijngoed Zilver Cruys

    Zilver Cruys Estate

    The estate’s name refers to the 15-metre high Cross of Reconciliation on the opposite side of the road. Zilver Cruys has some 12.500 vines, which stand on truly historic ground. During ...

  • Wijndomein Ravenstein_01

    Ravenstein Estate

    Ravenstein is a former glory. In 1450 it was under the management of Adolf van Kleef, lord of Ravenstein and Wijnendale. Ravenstein Estate started in 2017, with the planting of ...

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  • Wijngoed Monteberg

    Vineyard Monteberg

    In 1996, some 600 vines were planted on the southern slopes of the Monteberg and the Kemmelberg as a trial to see if the region and its terroir were suitable for ...

  • Wijngoed Entre Deux Monts

    Vineyard Entre-Deux-Monts

    The Entre-Deux-Monts Estate nestles gently in the protective folds between the Rodeberg (Red Mountain) and the Zwarteberg (Black Mountain): in other words, between two mountains or, in French entre...

  • Wijngoed Vidaigne

    Vidaigne Estate

    The Vidaigne Estate is, without doubt, one of the most idyllic vineyards in all Belgium. It is situated at the bottom of a beautiful and largely natural garden, with magnificent views ...

  • Klein Rijselhoek Estate

    After first planting a trial vineyard, in 2009 Peter Vandamme was able to start as a wine-grower in the Heuvelland BOB region. His 1-hectare plot is situated at the foot of ...

  • D' Hellekapelle Estate

    Michel and Carine Dehem-Suffis plantedtheir vineyard in 2009 at Nieuwkerke at the Kauwackers: 3,000 sticks of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Michel makes wood-bearing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Cabbage...

  • Vineyard Koudekot

    Koudekot has three different types of grape, all blue varieties that share the common characteristic of early ripening. This is essential for the making of highquality still wines in a northern ...

  • Neuve-Eglise Estate

    At the beginning of May 2016, a new vineyard appeared in Nieuwkerke. On half a hectare of ground on the slopes to the south of the village, Frederik Debruyne has ...

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    Vintage Heuvelland Ambassador

    Vintage Heuvelland Ambassadors are restaurateurs, every one of them a top professional, who each in their own unique and passionate way work with wines from the Westhoek. Their wine lists ...

  • Winegrowing in the Westhoek

    Discover all about winegrowing in Heuvelland in this brochure.

  • Wijngoed Zilver Cruys

    Zilver Cruys Estate

    The estate’s name refers to the 15-metre high Cross of Reconciliation on the opposite side of the road. Zilver Cruys has some 12.500 vines, which stand on truly historic ground. During ...

  • Wijndomein Ravenstein_01

    Ravenstein Estate

    Ravenstein is a former glory. In 1450 it was under the management of Adolf van Kleef, lord of Ravenstein and Wijnendale. Ravenstein Estate started in 2017, with the planting of ...

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  • Wijnbouw in de Westhoek NL

    Winegrowing in the Westhoek

    Heuvelland is officially recognized as a wine-growing area. This means that the wine of the different wine-makers is
    thoroughly monitored and checked. If they satisfy the required standards, they are awarded an ‘appellation contrôlée’ label of quality. Heuvelland has been producing BOB wine (BOB is the Dutch abbreviation for ‘protected designation of origin’) since 2005. There are vineyards in seven of the eight villages that together make up the municipality of Heuvelland.

    Viticulture is a tourist attraction and is therefore of significant economic importance. What’s more, this value is
    sustainable: wine-growing is a traditional process based on natural raw materials.
    Many catering outlets already have Heuvelland wine on their wine cards. Our region also offers numerous possibilities
    for overnight stays, while regional products are often available for sale at local festivals, fetes and events. Many wine-growers also organize visits and guided tours of their vineyards.

    Discover more about winegrowing in Heuvelland on: www.vintageheuvelland.be

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