More than 200 wine-growing families are working together to produce the best grapes from which these fresh wines emerge and are the trademark of the Luxembourg Moselle.

The winegrowers of the Moselle (“Vignerons de la Moselle”) are the heirs of a thousand-year-old tradition, which began with the Celts, Gauls and Romans. It must be said that this region multiplies the assets for the production of high quality wines, mainly in white. The Moselle region enjoys a relatively mild climate, with few extreme temperatures. Its soil, half calcareous, half marly, produces wines with very varied aromas. The art of exploiting this rich terroir to the fullest has been handed down for generations, to produce creamy and full-bodied Pinots, aromatic and mineral Rieslings and fruity Auxerrois.

"I started working in the vineyard with my father at the age of 12 or 13 and took over the family vineyards in 1992. All my ancestors did this job, which is now my whole life. I like this work because it is done in a magnificent setting. From one of my plots, between Machtum and Grevenmacher, I enjoy a breathtaking view of the Moselle."

Pierre Graf, Grevenmacher

More than 200 families work every day in the vineyard to provide the grapes that will produce these fine wines, hallmark of the Luxembourg Moselle. Their quality is regulated today by the AOP Luxembourg.