Organized by Jan Klein Matthias, GE ambassador of the #winelover group
Second #Winelover Hangout in Germany,
Discover amazing Rieslings from small producers in the beautiful Mosel Valley!
Happens directly before ProWein fair with great (& cheap) connections to local airport Frankfurt/Hahn (just 20km away), check www.Ryanair.com
A two day programm for Thursday 20th and Friday 21st March, also organizing shuttle services to Düsseldorf on the Saturday!
Accomodation can be booked @ www.staffelter-hof.de, please mention that you’re coming for the #winelover hangout as special rates will apply 🙂
Schedule is almost finished:
We leave Thursday morning 9:30am to visit Kilian Franzen in Bremm
whose late father Ulrich was the man who put Europes steepest vineyard the “Bremmer Calmont” back on the wine map recultivating some of the most mind blowing slopes you might have seen
If the weather is nice we will have a picnic lunch in the middle of these crazy vineyards
In the afternoon we will visit one of the best organic producers: Thorsten Melsheimer in Reil www.melsheimer-Riesling.de
who is one of the most passionate winemakers and Bergretters (www.klitzekleinerring.de)
From there we make our way to Axel Pauly in Lieser
He’s one of the up and coming producers of the region.
At around 6:30pm we will be back at Staffelter Hof for the#winelover Dinner party that starts at 7:30pm
On Friday morning when the weather is good we will walk through the Kröv vineyards where we taste some wines from young local producers
For lunch we head to the Art Deco Capital of the Mosel
Traben-Trarbach and eat at the beautiful Hotel Bellevue
Afterwards we will meet with
winemaker Martin Müllen the man who makes arguably the best-aging Rieslings in the valley. he will show us his unusual ways of winemaking and some of his fantastic older vintages.