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Moselle wines – Directly from the winemaker
The vine is a sun child – it loves the mountain and hates the wind.” (Poetic Wine Wisdom)
The Moselle wine region, which also includes the slopes on the Rivers Saar and Ruwer, was already discovered by the Romans as a privileged location for wine growing. Since the 19th century, Moselle wines have become one of the most precious wines in the world, which enjoy high added value.
Riesling – “The King of White Grapes”
Especially the Riesling is considered the undisputed “King of White Grapes” as the most typical German revenant. With its lightness, fine flower, spicy spice, intense fruit taste and a perfectly integrated acidity that changes to soil and location, it flatters the palate. Vines that are rooted in the slate and shell limestone soil slate slate slate slate slate slate slate slate slates make these grapes a wine that captures an unmistakable animating taste experience with mineral touches. The slate-dominated soil is a defining factor in its wines. During the day, they ideally store the heat they release at night. The interplay of the Moselle climate and the crooked soils produce a style of wine that is unmistakable and unique for Mosel wine.