The Mosel region of Germany is one of the most awe inspiring wine regions of the world. It takes its name from the Mosel river, which originates in the Vosges mountains in France and moves all the way up to Koblenz in Germany. It is considered the oldest winegrowing region Germany, dating back to Roman times more than 1,800 years ago.
Mosel is famous for steep slopes huddled along the riverline. The Maximin Grünhaus Estate located in the Ruwer Valley is famous for its high class wines. The estate has 3 main vineyard areas and all three of them are classified as VDP.GROSSE LAGE which means they are the highest quality vineyards in the country.