They are young, creative and have wine in their blood: 15 young winemakers from Mosel and Saar are the members of „Moseljünger“. Mosel? Jünger (in German it is a play on words, it means younger and discible at the same time) Exactly!
The young and wild vintners not only show their passion for the region with wines from the steep slopes. They also try to bring the whole region forward by showing younger people the cultural heritage wine and by making it more attractive to them. The Moseljünger who successfully combine tradition and innovation in wine-making have all studied at the famous University of Geisenheim. The results are classic, innovative and fresh wines which can be equally well enjoyed at parties and upper-class dinners.
With regards to parties, the Moseljünger have proved their skills several times. The annual party “Rhythm & Wine” which takes place on the Saturday before Eastern is by now a tradition for wine and music lovers. In the fashionable rooms of the Orangerie in the Nells Park Hotel in Trier, about 1.000 people attended the event in 2011. Furthermore, the Moseljünger present the best of “Riesling & Co.” at the international wine exhibition “Prowein” in Düsseldorf at a collective booth of the Mosel region.