Ringsheim is a small municipality in the South-Baden region, located in the Upper Rhine Valley and in the foothill area of the Black Forest. Celtic people and Romans had already mined iron ores on the Kahlenberg. The late Baroque parish church of Saint John the Baptist and Baroque houses are Ringsheim’s eyecatchers. A chapel dedicated to Saint John is a real architectural gem with its Gothic cross of the 17th century. The viticulture and the tobacco cultivation play an economically important role in Ringsheim. Two large drying barns for tobacco, being under monumental protection, are evidences for the importance of the tobacco cultivation in this region. At the last weekend of August, the wine and street festival is the highlight event of the year.