Germany >> Moselle >> Weißwein

Steep slopes and narrow valleys are the characteristic features of the picturesque landscape along the Moselle, Saar and Ruwer rivers.
The Moselle with its side valleys is the largest Riesling cultivation area in the world. After over 2000 years of continuous viticulture, nature has become one with the cultural landscape. In world-famous steep slopes, grapes grow for absolute top wines, which have recently regained world fame and are not only in demand in Germany.
A cool climate and an extremely long vegetation period are responsible for wines with a light body but an extraordinary aroma. Low alcohol, pleasant acidity and natural sweetness coming from the grape are the characteristic combination of all Moselle wines.