This is Germany’s oldest wine growing region and it’s steep, terraced vineyards call for sure-footed vintners who are not afraid of heights! It has one of the warmest climate zones in Germany and the slate soil areas provide ideal conditions for Riesling, which puts down deep roots and draws heavily on the minerals in the subsoil. Riesling accounts for 60% of production in this area and we have discovered two excellent producers in the Mosel to share with you; Weingut St. Urbans-Hof and Weingut Clemens Busch, both of whom produce some outstanding Rieslings.
Nik Weis took over the winery in 1997 and in 2000 the estate...Read more..
This wine estate is a small but enchanting organic producer and Riesling...Read more..