A stronghold for wine lovers and architecture enthusiasts
Those who embark on a castle tour in the Mosel wine-growing region are richly rewarded. A medieval fortress presides on near to every other hill. Today, they, or what remains of them, serve as museums, restaurants and popular excursion destinations. Roman Niewodniczanski’s contemporary version of a fortress invites you to a wine tasting experience of the highest calibre.
The new production facility at Weingut Van Volxem is exceptional in the truest sense of the word, and includes a tower visible from afar, a spacious terrace to relax on and a pond surrounded by slate beds and orchards. The owner himself, crowned Winemaker of the Year 2012 and 2018 has, however, long been considered a figurehead within German viticulture.