Weingut Karl Veit, Dedicated to Natural Winemaking Since 1948
Weingut Karl Veit, dedicated to the craft of natural winemaking since 1948, is located in the Middle Mosel, the region’s heart. The winery offers fantastic views of the Mosel Valley and has beautiful scenery. A lot of importance is given to sustainability, quality, and the nature of production. When the winery was established in 1948, it was first in the Mosel and one of Germany’s first. In 1995, his son Herbert took over the duties at the winery. Their vineyards are now almost spread over an area of about 6 hectares. The winery even has a champagne cellar and a guesthouse for its visitors.
At Weingut Karl Veit Winery, a lot of importance is given to sustainability, quality, and the nature of wine production.
German and Pinot Varieties at the Winery
There are four special and unique vineyard sites at Weingut Karl Veit, namely Monzeler Kitten, Brauneberger Juffer, Minheimer Burglay, and the Kestener Herrenberg. The main varieties of grapes that grow here are the Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Dunkelfelder, and the Gewurztraminer. The winery produces a range of red, white, rosé, sparkling, and dessert wines for their customers.
Respect for the Natural Environment and our Delicate Ecosystem
All vineyards are handpicked transported to the winery for further gentle processing. All this work is done to ensure the highest quality of their wines. Weingut Karl Veit wines show their terroir’s characteristics and qualities. The confluence of climate, topography, and soil conditions in the region is perfect. Furthermore, the winery respects nature, their vineyards, and the ecosystem around them.