Heymann-Löwenstein wines can be characterized with, among other things, the key words, Riesling, Terroir, Modern – Classic, Refined, Intense and Minerality.
The Moselle stretches along the Moselle River, from the border with France and Luxembourg to the mouth in the Rhine at Koblenz. It is the oldest wine-growing region in Germany and owes its reputation to elegant Rieslings with a refined minerality. Nowhere else in the world can you find as many steep vineyards as in this region. Most wines are vinified here with some residual sweetness, but the dry variety is on the rise. The area is subdivided into six 'Bereiche' (districts), of which Saar-Ruwer and Mittelmosel are the most important.