The Apostelhoeve produces the highest quality wines as the first vineyard in the Netherlands since 1970.
The Dutch wine tradition, which originated in Roman times, gradually replaced other forms of agricultural activity after the Middle Ages. Until 1970 the first vines returned on the southern slopes of the Jekerdal in Maastricht. Here, in one of Limburg's most beautiful places on top of the Louwberg, the oldest Dutch and one of the largest wine estates in the Netherlands, De Apostelhoeve, is enthroned. This wine estate, now more than 10 hectares, produces six fine dry white wines as: Müller-Thurgau, Auxerrois, Riesling, Pinot-Gris, Pinot-Gris Barriques and Apostelhoeve Cuvée XII.