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A.J. Adam

"Our label reads Mosel but if we’re being exact, our winery lies by the river Dhron."

Andreas takes care of 3 gran cru vineyards  Dhroner Häs’chen, Dhroner Hofberg and Piesporter Goldtröpfchen. Because of its limited production of each gran cru wines, we only managed to get some of Hofberg for 2021.

 

The Hofberg is not a classical Mosel wine location but rather a location in the Dhron valley. The south and south-west facing valley parcels are shaped by the last kilometres of the stream “Dhronbach” before entering the Mosel. Cool and fresh winds coming from the nearby Hunsrück determine the climate of these parcels. When the vines have already started to bloom at the parcels closer to the Mosel, nature needs a few more days to reach the colder Hofberg. We’re growing our Riesling and Pinot Noir grapes on grey, rocky slate that’s streaked with ferric oxide. We’re especially fond and proud of our old vines in the Hofberg valley. Our parcels have been spared from land consolidation which allowed us to keep a steep terrace culture with dry walls that enables a good biodiversity of flora and fauna that’s typical for the river landscape.

 

Their HOFBERG wines have extreme depth compared to other Mosel Rieslings, with its limited production we can only say get some bottles before they are sold out!