Explore The Best Wineries in Mosel

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries in Mosel

Discover the philosophy of oldest sparkling wines producers in the Ruwer Valley.

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Bahnhofstraße 37, Kasel, Rheinland-Pfalz, 54317, Germany

Enjoy wine tasting in a historic, 16th-century family-owned house.

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Kettergasse 24, Piesport, 54498, Germany

Explore one of the largest wineries of the Moselle, dedicated to terrace cultivation.

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Lennigstraße 38, Kobern, Mosel, 56330, Germany

Family-run winery with world-class wines from the famous Piesporter Goldtröpfchen

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Bahnhofstrasse 31, Piesport, 54498, Germany

The winery that got the title “yardstick of Moselle” by a respected wine guide – Eichelmann.

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Mittelstr. 39, Klüsserath, Mosel, 54340, Germany

Discover the excellent farmstead of the winery - Marlene Eifel-Zimmer.

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Engelbert-Schue-Weg 2, Trittenheim, Mosel, 54349, Germany

Winery set up in 1948 providing picturesque views of the Moselle Valley

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Noviander Weg 18, Osann-Monzel, Mosel, 54518, Germany

Discover the winery that is a part of the oldest auction company in Mosel-Saar-Ruwer.

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In Der Dur 10, Piesport, Rheinland-Pfalz, 54498, Germany

Ancient winery in the Moselle region producing the famous Riesling wines

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Mönchhof, Ürzig, Mosel, 54539, Germany

Discover the unique architecture of the wine shop of the winery, made with slate and oak.

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Moselstraße 10 + 41, Lieser, Mosel, 54470, Germany

Family winery making the best Riesling wines in the gifted Moselle

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VINOTHEK SELBACH, Gänsfelder Str. 20, Zeltingen-Rachtig, Rheinland-Pfalz, 54492, Germany

Growing high-quality grapes in the most expensive vineyards of Germany.

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Junkerland 14, Bernkastel-Kues, Rheinland, Pfalz, 54470, Deutschland

Read More About Wineries in Mosel

Everything you need to know about wineries in Mosel

 The most suitable time to visit wineries in Mosel is between late-Spring and early-Autumn. Summer is a perfect time to visit wineries in Mosel as the wine crop is green and maturing, and the towns are full of life! The weather also great if you love to hike and cycle around the region.

Wineries in Mosel reside in the ideal location for producing top-quality wines and offer several facilities that will make your trip smooth and pleasant. 

Here’s what you will find:

– Wineries with magnificent views over the steep sloped vineyards of Mosel
Family-run traditional wineries
– Wineries with a long history of winemaking
– Wineries producing other beverages 

Visiting different wineries in Mosel will show you the diversity of winemaking techniques, philosophies, as well as historical and cultural aspects.

Wineries in Mosel have great facilities that will make your visit smooth and pleasant.

Wineries in Mosel offer wine tasting experiences and guided cellar tours. Let yourself be charmed by the pretty wine shops where the tasting activities sometimes takes place. Wineries in Mosel often pair their wines with regional cuisines and products.

Some wineries in Mosel give you the possibility to visit their steep slopes vineyards and witness the beauty of nature before tasting the wines. 

Wineries in Mosel have well-equipped tasting rooms and cellars for visitor experiences. They also offer restaurant services, where you can taste local products paired with wine. If you wish to stay longer, some wineries also offer accommodation. See the FAQs below to find out which wineries offer restaurants and accommodation.

More than 60% of the vineyards of Mosel region are planted with white grape varieties.

The most common grapes used by wineries in Mosel are:

Riesling (92%)
-Pinot Noir (2%)
-Pinot Blanc (1%)

Mosel Riesling wines are some of the finest white wines in the world. The unique location of wineries in Mosel, contributes to the crispier style of white wines, which are lower in alcohol and higher in acidity. The aromas of the wines are generally more floral rather than fruity.

For past few decades, there has been drastic rise in the growing of red grapes, and many wineries in Mosel have started to produce Pinot Noir. A large proportion of sweet wines are also produced in this region.

Some words to remember before you visit wineries in Mosel:

“Prost!” – Cheers!
“Wein” – Wine
“Weingut”- Winery
“Weinprobe” – Wine tasting
“Weinstraße” – Wine route

FAQs about Wineries in Mosel

Selection of the most frequently asked questions about wineries in Mosel

Most of the wineries in Mosel are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Mosel is to book your visit in advance on our website.

This is our selection of small & boutique wineries in Mosel that you can visit:

Use our interactive Mosel winery map to browse wineries near Koblenz, Trier and Bernkastel-Kues.

Are you interested in reading more about Mosel in Germany? Read our travel guide to the Mosel wine region, or visit our selection of the very best guide of Wine Tasting & Tours in Mosel that you can book during your stay.