Immich-Anker – a family-owned winery located in Moselle
Perched on a neo-Gothic style winegrower’s villa, Immich-Anker is a family-owned traditional estate located in the Moselle. Today, Immich-Anker has registered its name among one of the top-notch international wine distributors, along with private and catering services. Along with luscious white wines, the winery produces high-quality sparkling and dessert wines, stored in large barrels and barriques.
The story of winemaking for the Immich family goes back to 1425
The flagship of the winery is the classical Mosel Riesling
The winemaking adventure of the Immich family was started in 1425. Later, Heinrich Philipp Immich established the now listed building in the late 19th century. Preserving the rich legacy, generation after generation, the Immich family now produces its flagship wine – classical Mosel Riesling. The estate owns a well-furnished wine shop in Potsdam, together with an ancient wine shop – Mitscher and Caspary in Berlin-Mitte. Today, Daniel S. Immich, the current owner, manages all the wine production processes in the wine cellar.
The vineyard area is about 3 hectares where they Rieslings are grown
Daniel’s vineyards are stretched over an area of 3.3 hectares, where he passionately grows rich-quality Riesling. He carefully handpicks his grapes and moves them to the wine cellar for soft pressing and fermentation in stainless steel tanks. All the wine production processes carried out in controlled temperature conditions to keep the aromas intact. The winey’s cellar is equipped with modern technology, beautifully combined with traditional methods. For pressing, pumping, and bottling, the owner uses a photovoltaic system with respect to Mother Nature.
Immich-Anker also owns a charming Bed and Breakfast, with a view of picturesque vineyards. It consists of well-equipped rooms for two to four people and a magnificent 115 years old tower apartment for four people.