Welcome to the Peter Greif Winery Distillery. In 2017, Peter Greif junior took over the winery from his parents as the main winemaker.
The family's ancestors can be traced back to 1770, and the foundation stone of the house was laid in 1832. The vaulted cellar is over 200 years old. Until 1995, agriculture, cattle breeding and viticulture were the sources of income, then and until today exclusively viticulture with bottled wine marketing and distillery.
Currently, 10 hectares of vineyards on the Upper Moselle and Saar are cultivated here. Peter Greif attaches great importance to near-natural cultivation. Herbicides are completely avoided to protect insects and bees. Instead, green manure and mechanical soil cultivation are used. Modern wire-frame systems have the advantage that work can be done quickly during the vegetation phase, whether by machine or by hand, so that the grapes have enough air and sun at all times.
The sites on shell limestone on the Upper Moselle are Fellericher Schleidberg, Temmelser St. Georgshof and Oberbilliger Hirtengarten and on slate on the Saar Wawerner Goldberg and Wawerner Ritter. You will also find sparkling wine, bottled wines, Viez (apple wine), noble brandies.
Accessibility: Certified operation according to "Reisen für Alle", partially barrier-free for people with walking disabilities.