OOur PARTNERs in wine

vINtnERs IN MÜLHEIM oN the MOSELle aND its environs

You can look forward to tasting the wines of the following partners in the Vinothek of our wine hotel on the Moselle:

Weinkeller Richtershof


The Bauer family has been growing wine for almost 300 years. Since 1706 the family has been cultivating vineyards in Mülheim on the Middel-Moselle. Today they own 80,000 m2 wine-growing area, including the world-famous sites Brauneberger Juffer, Mülheimer Sonnenlay, Mülheimer- and Veldenzer-Elisenberg and the Veldenzer Kirchberg. The top-of-the-range wine is the Riesling growing on the steep slate-flooring hillsites of the Moselle. In the course of the last few years, the range of wines was extended by the grape varieties Rivaner, Kerner, pinot blanc and pinot noir.
For further information please click on www.weingut-bauer.de


The winery Dr. Loosen has been a family business for more than 200 years. Ernst Loosen realised that the ungrafted vines, on average 60 to 100 years of age, growing in the famous vineyard sites of the Middle-Moselle, are the fundamental prerequisite for producing unique and grand Riesling wines. His uncompromising philosophy made Ernst Loosen famous for producing wines that are unmistakeably connected with the terms Riesling, Moselle and Dr. Loosen.
For further information please click on www.drloosen.com

Weingut Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler


The graduated agronomist Dr. Peter Pauly and his wife Helga own numerous internationally renowned prime-site vineyards – e.g. Bernkasteler alte Badstube on the Doctorberg, Bernkasteler Badstube, Wehlener Sonnenuhr, Graacher and Zeltinger Himmelreich, Ürziger Würzgarten and Goldwingert, Erdener Treppchen and Prälat, Brauneberger Juffer und Juffer-Sonnenuhr. The winery, owned by the family for generations, is amongst the internationally most renowned wine-growing estates in the Mosel area.
For further information please click www.pauly-bergweiler.com


Klaus und Christa Jüngling have owned the long-standing winery that was mentioned in a document as early as 936 since 1969. About 80,000 m2 of excellent steep slope vineyards in the locations Kestener Paulins-Hofberger, Paulinsberg and Herrenberg as well as Brauneberger Juffer and Juffer-Sonnenuhr belong to the estate. For some years now, they have exclusively owned the small but outstanding site Brauneberger Kammer. Careful pruning resulting in limited yield, maintaining the vineyard resource in close touch with nature and finally a selective grape harvest by hand have proved a recipe for unique wines that are characterised by both a high alcohol content and a wonderful interplay of flavours.
For further information please click on www.paulinshof.de

Weingut Max Ferd. Richter in Mülheim


The winery Max Ferd. Richter goes back to a merchant house founded in 1680 and has been owned by the family ever since. The Baroque mansion with French gardens was built in 1774. The detached winery was built in 1880 and houses the biggest wooden-barrel wine cellars on the Middle-Moselle. Quality precedes quantity. Limited pruning and a very late and selective grape harvest by hand result in the best possible qualities from the very beginning. The Riesling musts are fermented and stored in temperature-controlled traditional oak vats to form the individual character of the wines. The success is owed to both a long-standing family tradition and the knowledge and expertise of the managers Horst M. F. Richter (1917), Dr. Dirk M. F. Richter (1946), cellarer Walter Hauth (1945) and estate manager Werner Franz (1952).
For further information please click on www.maxferdrichter.com


The Leimbrock family cultivates wine on the top-sites in Brauneberg, Graach, Bernkastel, Veldenz and Mülheim. The winery is run by Ulrike Oeffling. The grapes are cultivated with a mix of down-to-earthness and the zest for living in one of the most beautiful wine-growing areas. Environmental friendly fertilisation as well as plant and soil protection is the guiding principle. The grapes are pressed carefully; the musts are fermented in a naturally cooled cellar and the wines are produced in the traditional way. The focus of the variety of wine is on dry and medium-dry Riesling wines. Only in accordance with nature, which fortunately was the case several times in the last few years, delicate and aromatical late-harvest wines and Auslese are produced.The manifold gold and silver local and national wine awards attest to the outstanding quality of the Leimbrock wines.
For further information please click on www.dr-leimbrock.de

Weingut Bernhard Eifel in Trittenheim


Good wine has a destinct character – sometimes even two! Marietta and Bernhard Eifel have been running the winery since 1976, continuing a family tradition dating back to 1635. Today, the vine stocks have developed into a 6,000 m2 estate. The old soil, having its origin in bygone times, and the vines that put down their roots there, reflect our well-being, our home. The love for wine has been handed down to daughter Alexandra. She learnt the basics during several internships at Germany‘s best known wineries, e.g. at the winery Rebholz in Southern Palatinate and at the winery Heymann-Löwenstein on the terraced Moselle. After graduating in oenology in Geisenheim, she can now pursue her passion and follow in the footsteps of her parents.
For further information please click on www.weingut-bernhard-eifel.de


The winery Leo Fuchs is one of the oldest wineries in Pommern and rich in tradition. It was first mentioned in 1624. For today’s generation, this wine-producing tradition is both commitment and stimulation. With a lot of dedication and expertise they grow Riesling in the best steep-slope sites of weathered slate. Healthy harvests in moderate amounts of the old vine stocks and a perfect ripening of the grapes are viticultural bedrocks of the high quality standards. Special attention is directed to clean and cautious wine making with traditional methods using contemporary technology.
For further information please click on www.leo-fuchs.de

Weingut Klaus Junk in Leiwen


The winery Klaus Junk is a family business, resident in Leiwen. A wayside cross, erected by Ludwig Junk in 1673, proves the long-standing wine-producing tradition of the family who own 65,000 m2 of vine area. The yineyards, half of which are steep slopes, span 10 different communities from Waldrach on the Ruwer to Bernkastel-Kues. Reduced quantities of grapes, organic fertilising and defoliation are only some of the parameters used to achieve high quality wines. In addition, focus is put on a considerate processing of the grapes and must pre-clarification through natural sedimentation.
For further informationen please click on www.weingut-junk.de


The family tradition of the wine-growing estate Thanisch dates back to the year 1648. In 2001, Jörg Thanisch took over the business from his parents. The estate comprises 50,000 m2 of wine-growing area in the best-known steep slopes of the Middle-Moselle. The wines are mellow, complex and delicate with a fruity acidity. The predominant grape is Riesling, in addition, pinot blanc and pinot noir are also cultivated.
For further information please click on www.thanisch.de


The winery Reuscher-Haart is a Riesling-wine-growing estate by tradition, located in Piesport in the heart of the Middle-Moselle. The slogan of the family is "Quality in mind – Riesling in the heart". The winery is working according to ecological guidelines throughout. In 1984, the winery received the first national honorary award for the consistently high quality of its wines.
For further information please click on www.weingut-reuscher-haart.de

If you like to learn more about our partners on the Moselle, please do not hesitate to approach us directly.