The Moselle loop with great winter thermals and very dense cold air. A fantastic view on the district Wolf of Traben-Trarbach. Since 1880, this district on the peninsula in the Moselle loop was only accessible by ferry.
The winemakers have a lot of work at high risk. You see the Moselle by decreasing flood in mud colors.
The Moselle loop builds a natural amphitheater in the Moselle Valley.
"Nacktarsch" is a 320 ha large wine-growing area in the surroundings of Bernkastel. Its six individual vineyard locations consist to 95% of slopes in a very good southern exposure.
An oral tradition tells about a Kröver cellar master who allegedly spanked two boys' bare ass after catching them drinking wine from one of his barrels.
On the slate soils of the Moselle region grows the most common grape - the Riesling. The second common grape variety on the Moselle is the Müller-Thurgau vine, which is also called Rivaner. It is a cross between Riesling and Silvaner.
The six layers Steffensberg, Letterlay, Kirchlay, Paradies, Herrenberg and Burglay are subordinated to the main vineyard location "Kröver Nacktarsch" and bring each year awarded quality wines.
The interplay of the good climate, the special layers, the unique soil condition and the fine intuition of the winemakers make the wines with their special Moselle aroma to a worldwide export hit.