It is inspired by the journey made by Saint Columban during his exile around 612 and described in his biography written around 640, which tells in particular his journey on the Rhine by rowboat

The itinerary mainly takes place on hilly slopes in the vineyards overlooking the Moselle for a first part in Koblenz and then on the Rhine and its mythical valley until the return to France.
The vine and water are the two elements present throughout the route, rich in artistic and cultural heritage. Both the Moselle and the Rhine also offer the opportunity to use these waterways, following the example of St. Columban, who often used this means of transport