Red wine from the Moselle.
It took some time for red wine to become established at the Moselle. The reason for this was mainly the strong focus on white wine. This went so far that in 1933 winegrowers were even obliged by law to grow white grape varieties, which meant that red wine an the Moselle no longer existed. Only in 1986 did things change and the first red grape varieties could be grown. Since then, red wine an the Moselle has experienced rapid growth.
Red grape varieties along the Moselle.
A few dozen red grape varieties are permitted at the Moselle, but only a few of them can really be found on a large scale. Most of the red wines at the Moselle are made from Dornfelder and Pinot Noir grapes. These two varieties cover by far the majority of the red wines produced at the Moselle. According to the 2019/2020 wine statistics, Pinot Noir alone accounts for around half of the area planted with red grape varieties in our region, at 408 hectares.
Red wine from our winery.
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Moselle wine directly from the winemaker
Grown, harvested and bottled by us at the Middle Moselle.