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The Ockfener Bockstein, a very steep 50° southwest-facing hillside slope, is located in a side valley away from the Saar river where the sun’s rays shine unimpeded by any other hills. Its soils are hard, gravelly gray slate lending a smoky aroma and great minerality to its wines. The extensive forest topping the hill retains… Read more »

Sorentberg

Ivan Giovanett, of Italy’s Castelfeder winery, and Tobias Treis, of Germany’s Julius Treis winery, ventured a major re-cultivation project to bring Reiler Sorentberg, a steep slope vineyard located in a side valley of the Mosel River, into production. The south-facing mountain was abandoned 25 years ago and is famous for its unique terroir. When Ivan… Read more »

Züm Mosel

As a mouth-watering and food-friendly Riesling from Germany’s famed Mosel river valley, it’s no surprise that Züm Mosel Riesling is the flagship signature wine from Schäfer-Reichart Selections. The wine is sourced from traditional, small family growers with top vineyard holdings along the Middle Mosel, and it represents the best of old world winemaking tradition. The… Read more »