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Weingut Berweiler Leiwen Mosel

Winery Berweiler Leiwen Moselle

The Winery Klaus Berweiler-Merges lies in Leiwen, one of the most beautiful wine villages of the Middle-Moselle. In addition we run a Strausse, a wine tavern, and with our guest rooms we give our guests and customers the possibility to spend their vacation in our winery and to escape the stress of everyday life.

Our winery is a 4 ha large family-run business, in which the couple Edith and Klaus Berweiler and their daughter Sandra Berweiler (master wine-grower) work. The vineyards are located in Schweich, Pölich, Leiwen and Neumagen.
We trust in the quality of our products, nonetheless we are very proud of the recommendations of our wines in various wine publications like Gault Millau, Eichelmann, Feinschmecker and
Naturally we are members of Moselwein e.v. and of the Leiwener Young Wine-Growers which is very important for us.

The conditions for viniculture in the Moselle area are simply ideal.

On one hand it's the slate slopes which capture the sun and restrict the mechanical work on the vineyards. On the other hand it's the river Moselle itself, that additionally reflects the sunlight, stores the warmth and creates an incomparable microclimate due to the narrowness of the valley.

In the heart of the Middle-Moselle, right between the the old roman city of Trier and the picturesque town of Bernkastell-Kues, lies Leiwen, one of the largest and well-known wine-growing communities in the area.

Our wine-growing estate is located right at the start of the village, in the immediate vicinity of the bikeway.

Just like with many other companies in this region, many families have made their living with wine-growing for generations.

During the production of our grapes we attach great value to the close-to-nature cultivation and demand only the best of our grapevines.
For us, the selective harvest of our grapes is the basis of a superior wine. The strong pre-clarification of the must (cloudy wine juice) with a vacuum rotary filter is followed by a slow, controlled fermentation.

This results in wonderful wines, reflecting the mineral soil from which they originate. The influence of the wine-grower on these wines is only very delicate and elegant, yet incisive.