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Clüsserath-Weiler

The winery is located in the community Trittenheim (area Middle Mosel) in the German wine-growing region Moselle, It was taken over by his father by Helmut Clüsserath in 1969. By marriage with the winegrower daughter Hilde Weiler in 1978, the current name and the size of the company resulted. His brother Dietmar Clüsserath owns the winery Clüsserath-Hilt, Daughter Verena completed her viticulture course in 2004 Geisenheim completed and will continue the parental business after further practical experience in other wineries. Worth seeing is the cross vaulted cellar under the house. The vineyards cover five hectares of vineyards in the individual layers pharmacy (Trittenheim) and Zellerberg (Mehring). The best part of the pharmacy called Fährfels is farmed together with a befriended winemaker. It is cultivated to 100% Riesling. Around ninety percent of the wines are dry or semi-dry. The label indicates the flavor in the form of a colored band. Yellow stands for dry, green for semi-dry and red for sweet / noble sweet Rieslings. In 1994, a part of the musts was fermented with the natural vineyard yeasts. With the year 1998, the complete conversion to spontaneous fermentation,

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