Mosel. A Wine Heritage for over 2000 Years.

Spectacular Landscape

No other river than the scenic Mosel has had such an impact on the evolution of viticulture in Germany. Ever since the Roman era vines have grown here on steep slopes surrounded by a spectacular landscape. The interplay of slate, sunshine and vines create a distinctive taste profile. First and foremost stands Riesling, which inspires wine experts from around the world. We share this enthusiasm and consistently practice it as  „Rieslingexperten“.


Enormous Diversity

Our core competence does not exclude diversity. Regional specialities, such as Elbling from the chalky soil of the Upper Mosel, complete our product range.




The Mosel

  • 6 districts, 19 collective parcels, 524 individual parcels
  • 8,787 ha vineyard area (2011)
  • 42.2% of growing area is „step Slope“ with more than 30% grading.
  • Riesling grows on 60% of total area.

Foto: The Mosel.
  • Location

    Between the Hunsrück and Eifel Hills (within the Rhenish Massif), along the Mosel River and its tributaries Saar and Ruwer.



  • Climate

    Optimal balance of warmth and rainfall in the steep sites and valleys.



  • Soil

    Near Luxemburg (Upper Mosel Valley) shell-limestone and marl; in the Saar, Ruwer and Middle Mosel Valley, Devonian slate; between Zell and Koblenz (Lower Mosel Valley), soft shale and silica-rich graywacke.



  • Grape varieties

    Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Elbling, Kerner, Spätburgunder, Dornfelder