The winery "CH Berres" is located in the municipality Ürzig (Bernkastel area) in the German wine-growing region Moselle
, The family tree can be traced back to 1510. With the 2004 vintage, Alfred Berres transferred the responsibility for the wine production to his son Markus Berres into the 21st generation of the family. This studied viticulture and oenology in Geisenheim
and finished it as a graduate engineer for viticulture (FH). During his education, he spent a semester abroad in the New Zealand vineyard Chardfarm. The vineyards cover 3.5 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Goldwingert
(Earth), Hubertuslay (Kinheim), Klosterberg
(Wehlen), as well Heaven
(Zeltingen). Until 2005, the winery was a pure Riesling enterprise. Today the vineyards are planted to 90% with Riesling and 10% with Pinot Blanc. With the year 2004 the wine assortment became on STELVIN
(Screw cap) changed over.
In the case of the predicate wines, the quality limits are at least 10 ° Oechsle above the legal minimum must weights. From 2004, numerous investments in the grape processing and cellar technology were made. After gentle pressing and sedimentation
The clear musts are pumped in stainless steel tanks and fermented cooled with controlled fermentation. After that they are stored on the lees, The "Impulses" line is the estate wines, followed by the "Cabinet, Spätlese & Auslese" line of fully ripe grapes. The "Exclusive line" comes from selected berries, which are painstakingly hand dried Botrytis grapes
be selected. These wines are bottled in limited quantities almost exclusively in 0.375 liter bottles and sealed with a golden STELVIN closure. It also produces bottle-fermented sect.