The most important asset of the Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler Wine Estate consists of its vineyards. Extensive care of these vineyards, combined with intentionally low yields and selective handpicking, serve as guarantors for our extraordinary wines and their individual and unique character.
The grapes of each different vineyard are fermented separately and the winery has 15 different vineyard sides between the villages of Brauneberg and Erden on a stretch of 20km, and every single vineyard has its own character. The fermentation is temperature-controlled and kept very slow and at low temperatures to retain the diversity of aromas and the vitality of the wines.
The Moselle River Valley is one of the oldest winegrowing regions in Germany. Its steep slopes, densely planted with vineyards, make the Moselle a unique cultural and oenological landscape in the wine world.
Indeed, winemaking tradition on the Moselle goes clear back to the Romans, 2000 years ago, whose many historic wine press houses can still be found in the river valley.