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Moselle: Noble Grape Varieties

Moselle: Noble Grapes

Quality wine can be made only from quality grapes.

About 10,000 grape varieties were created by breeding of wild vines. Around 2,500 are licensed worldwide. And only a few of them are significant. Such quality wines are called cépages nobles in France and noble vines or noble grape varieties in Germany. In addition to the taste with all its characteristics, the vine must fit the terrain.

Red Grapes

Accent
Acolon
Blauer Frühburgunder
Blauer Limberger
Blauer Portugieser
Blauer Spätburgunder
Bolero
Cabernet Cortis
Cabernet Cubin
Cabernet Dorio
Cabernet Dorsa
Cabernet Mitos
Cabernet Sauvignon
Dakapo
Domina
Dornfelder
Dunkelfelder
Merlot
Müllerrebe
Prior
Regent
Rondo
Rubinet
Saint-Laurent
Syrah

White Grapes

Arnsburger
Auxerrois
Bacchus
Bronner
Cabernet blanc (only Saarland)
Chardonnay
Ehrenbreitsteiner
Ehrenfelser
Faberrebe
Findling
Gelber Muskateller
Goldriesling
Pinot Gris
Grüner Veltliner
Huxelrebe
Johanniter
Juwel
Kerner
Kernling
Merzling
Morio-Muskat
Müller Thurgau (Rivaner)
Muskat-Ottonel
Optima
Ortega
Perle
Phoenix
Prinzipal
Regner
Reichensteiner
Rieslaner
Roter Elbling
Roter Muskateller
Roter Traminer
Saphira
Sauvignon blanc
Scheurebe
Schönburger
Solaris
Pinot Blanc
Weißer Elbling
Weißer Riesling

Indication of the source of the authorized grapes: BMEL

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