Mineral, finely fruity white wines with relatively low alcohol content are the hallmark of the winegrowers and wineries in the Moselle wine-growing region. Wines that go particularly well with a modern lifestyle and light cuisine with international influences.
The unique filigree character of the wines from the Moselle and its tributaries Saar and Ruwer is due to the special geological, topographical and climatic conditions in the river valleys. The Moselle, Saar and Ruwer wind in tight loops through a cultural landscape in which the Celts and Romans already cultivated wine 2000 years ago. The region is the fifth largest German wine-growing region with some 8,700 hectares of vineyards. Almost half of the vines grow on steep slopes of slate. The steep slopes and terraces facing south or southwest provide the vines with an excellent microclimate.