The vineyards along the Mosel and its tributaries shape a unique landscape. They represent the largest continuous steep slope
wine-growing area in the world. The foundations for viticulture along these steep slopes reach far back into the history of the
Earth: soils have developed on the dark mineral-rich slate which was formed 400 million years ago in the Devonian era, creating
an ideal growing medium for the exceptional white grape variety Riesling
Dominik Kozlik e.U.
4020 Linz, Austria