Мoselland

Мoselland

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In 1969, as a result of the merger of three large German cooperatives, the well-known wine making company Moselland formed. For more than a quarter of the century, the company has been known for its high-quality German dry and semi-sweet wines.
Having set out a goal to achieve the maximum level of satisfaction of the customer with their products, Moselland has been maintaining an impeccable reputation for a long time both at the German market and the export market.

Equipped with modern technologies, the production of the company complies with the most demanding standards. Commitment to quality of the products has allowed the production to earn countless awards and diplomas. “Life is too short to drink bad wine” – the main motto of the company. Moselland is in harmony with nature, resulting in wines of excellent quality and a great taste, typical just for this area.

Moselland eG Winzergenossenschaft. The „Rieslingexperten“ in the Heart of the Mosel. The Mosel, an Unforgetable River Landscape.
 
Near the Mosel River in Bernkastel-Kues we have established our winery. In 1968 local growers joined together to form the largest winegrowing group in the state of Rheinland-Pfalz. The result was the creation of Moselland eG,  an efficient, reliable and innovative company. One of the World’s Largest Riesling Producers.
 
Riesling is in the focus of all our efforts. Today we are one of the world’s largest Riesling producers and marketers. Wines have gained national and international reputation over the years. Making high quality wines with unique and clear taste profiles is our passion. A simple concept accomplished with passion. 
 
Moselland’s History: 1968 Merger of sub-regional cooperatives to form Moselland eG.
    2000 Integration of Nahe Winzer eG;
    2004 Aquisation of Gustav Adolf Schmitt Weinkellerei GmbH, Nierstein;
    2011 Merger with Weingenossenschaft Rietburg;
    2012 Joint Venture with Weinland Rheingau eG;
    2016 Merger with Weingenossenschaft Nierstein.
Wine QBA category Moselland
Wine series "Moselland Goldschild Riesling"
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