Semi-sweet wines from the Moselle.
The Moselle and semi-sweet wine absolutely belong together. In no other wine-growing region in Germany is the proportion of semi-sweet wines as high as at the Moselle. According to wine statistics for 2016/2017, more than half of all Moselle wines are semi-sweet. This corresponds to 369,000 hl of the quality wine test for a total of 686,000 hl. The semi-sweet Moselle wine has been known around the world for a long time and you keep discovering old price lists or menus where mainly semi-sweet Spätlese and Auslese from the Moselle can be found.
Definition of semi-sweet wine.
The term "semi-sweet" is regulated by law and clearly defined. Wines are classified as semi-sweet when they exceed the semidry wine threshold. This means that a wine with a residual sugar content of more than 18 g/l is to be declared as semi-sweet. The upper limit is 45 g/l. This means that the semi-sweet Moselle wines are always in this residual sugar range.
Semi-sweet wine in our winery.
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