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Mosel Liqueur of our winery

Red Vineyard Peach Liqueur 18,0% vol
T ry the red Vineyard Peach Liqueur from the Mosel area. The vineyard peach is a stone fruit and grows, among other things, on areas that are also used for viticulture. It can happen that this type of peach can also be found within the vine stocks. The vineyard peach is more aromatic than the conventional peach, but a little less sweet. Processed into liqueur, it impresses...

Amount: 0.5 L (€31.00 / L)
(Price w/o tax:€13.03)
Art. Nr.: 70A, Contains sulphites

Mosel Herbs 32,0% vol
A s the name suggests, our " Mosel Kräuer " ( Engl.: Mosel Herbs) is a liqueur made from herbs growing at the Mosel area. Compared to a herbal bitter, this liqueur is delicate in the finish and is characterized by great extracts and a fine sweetness. It is precisely this sweetness that makes the difference, because from a sugar content of 100 g / liter and 15 percent alcohol...

Amount: 0.5 L (€33.00 / L)
(Price w/o tax:€13.87)
Art. Nr.: 70C, Contains sulphites

Mosel Pomace 40,0% vol
I n most cases, just very few people have heard the name “ Mosel Pomace ” but many people know the Italian specialty “Grappa”. Apart from the name and origin, the two pomace brandies are very similar. Of course, there are slight differences in the production process, but the basic process as well as the taste are comparable and so the marc could be called " Grappa of the...

Amount: 0.5 L (€27.00 / L)
(Price w/o tax:€11.34)
Art. Nr.: 70B, Contains sulphites

Hazelnut Spirit 40.0% vol
I f you like hazelnuts in cakes, pralines, in spreads or simply as a snack, you will love our Hazelnut Spirit . The hazelnut itself has a prominent and extremely distinctive taste, which means that it can be recognized clearly and immediately. When opening the bottle, the scent leaves no doubt that it is a spirit made from hazelnuts. This is usually not the case with most of...

Amount: 0.5 L (€33.00 / L)
(Price w/o tax:€13.87)
Art. Nr.: 70D, Contains sulphites

Hazelnut Liqueur 25.0% vol
W ith our Hazelnut Liqueur , you can smell the nuts before the first sip. The intense smell is followed by an equally fine, nutty taste that spreads wonderfully on the palate. Due to its sweetness and a restrained alcohol, the liqueur appears elated and tasty. It tastes best well chilled and is particularly suitable for classic desserts such as ice cream or cakes. For all...

Amount: 0.5 L (€31.00 / L)
(Price w/o tax:€13.03)
Art. Nr.: 70E, Contains sulphites

Williams Christ Pear 40,0% vol
A n absolute classic among the spirits is the pear schnapps of the Williams Christ pear , which is one of the most popular schnapps of all. The fully ripe fruits of the Williams Christ pear variety are used to create fine and aromatic fruit brandies, the quality of which exceeds that of related pears. One of the reasons for this is the gentle, aroma-intensive fruit creep of...

Amount: 0.5 L (€33.00 / L)
(Price w/o tax:€13.87)
Art. Nr.: 70F, Contains sulphites


Liqueur from our winery

A selection of liqueurs and brandies round off our range of wines. In addition to growing wine, distilling high-quality spirits is widespread at the Moselle area. Many winemakers own a distillery and produce high quality distillates. Since the wines of the Moselle are so well-known and clearly in focus, this often takes a back seat, but the quality and diversity of the small distilleries is impressive.

What spirits are there at the Moselle?
Typical of the Moselle region are products whose raw material grows at the Moselle. The grape is certainly the first to be mentioned here, because in addition to wine, it also produces liqueurs or the Moselle pomace, which is distilled from fermented, pressed grapes similar to a grappa. In addition to grapes, many other fruits such as pears, apples, plums and mirabelle plums grow at the Moselle and in the surrounding area. This mainly produces fruit schnapps, which often come directly from the garden or the field next door.
Mosel_Likör Mosel Brand

Schnapps, brandy or liqueur?

A spirit is in many cases referred to colloquially as schnapps. However, schnapps is just a generic term for a high-proof alcoholic drink with at least 15 percent alcohol by volume. The terms “brandy” and “liqueur”, on the other hand, specify more precisely how the drink is made. To get a brandy, fermented mashes from pears or other fruits, for example, which have become an alcoholic mixture through fermentation, are distilled again. To get a liqueur, various aromatic ingredients can be added, such as wine, fruit or fruit juice. In addition, it has a sugar content of at least 100 grams per liter and therefore always has a certain sweetness in the taste.
Liköre und Brände Mosel Destillat

How does the distillation work?

There are different distillation processes and, depending on the desired end product, attention must be paid to many details and certain precautions must be taken. In every distillation, however, the alcohol content of the mash and the boiling point are decisive. Here is a very simplified sequence of the process: The alcohol-containing mash is boiled in the still and the vapors that are created condense in the cooler until the mash is de-iced. During the distillation process, the alcohol concentration increases, the mash is separated from the mixture and a distillate is created.