From 5-6 August visitors can try Schengen’s favourite pairing of pinot noir and “friture” (small fried fish) all served outdoors next to the Moselle. Live music will be played during the afternoon. While you are there, why not take a tour of the recently reopened Schengen museum.
Well-known among the younger set, this three-day celebration of Picadilly kicks off at 6pm on 11 August with after-work drinks and party, followed by a wine fest on Saturday from 9pm, and family day on Sunday from 11am.
On 15 August visitors can browse the giant flea market with more than 250 stands then enjoy a little aperitif concert with a glass of the finest local wines. Look out for the new Riesling queen and princesses from the Moselle region who will also be there.
This Greiveldange festival on 15 August shows work and play of yesteryear. Lunch is typical Luxembourg fare, such as warm ham with beans and potatoes. Regional products are available and musical entertainment is provided until late at night.
Head to the German side of the Moselle on 20 August for this street festival which starts with the blessing of the wine and continues with an aperitif concert where over 40 different wines are on offer. Don’t miss the wine barrel parade at 3pm.