Veldenzer Carlsberg is located in a side valley of the Mosel within the larger Veldenzer Kirchberg. Carlsberg is, so to speak, its heart, or core section. Here, it was possible to preserve one of the smallest sites of the Middle Mosel, despite the adverse changes in the wine law of 1971.
The site of Carlsberg is enclosed by a wall, which results in a small climatic advantage over adjacent parcels. This excellent and unique vineyard has a south- to southwest-facing slope and is protected by steep hillsides from the cold east wines.
The steep slope of Carlsberg has primarily blue slate and produces wines that are more similar in character to the wines of the Saar and Ruwer. All three are in side valleys of the Mosel and tend to have more acidity than most Mosels.
Even today, you can visit the vineyard house, which was built by Louis Richter in 1850. Excavations indicate that wine was cultivated here already in Roman times.
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