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Vineyard: Juffer Sonnenuhr
Soil: Gray and blue Devonian slate with iron inclusion
Production: Natural fermentation and elevage in stainless steel
Classification: VDP.GROSSE LAGE ®
Juffer Sonnenuhr, a Grand Cru Site, comprised of blue Devonian slate with iron inclusions, and nearly due south exposition. There are still some un-grafted vines with 70+ years of age. This vineyard is extremely steep (80%). Lieser’s holding are from the best parcels in the middle section or “fiilet piece” of the vineyard.
A family winery in the village of Lieser, Thomas Haag and his wife Ute took over this domaine in 1997 and worked tirelessly over the following two decades to make this one of the very best wineries in the middle Mosel. Their children Laura and Niklaus have joined the estate with the goal of maintaining, and even improving the already extraordinary quality. The philosophy in the vineyard is to produce the highest quality fruit with as little intervention as possible. In the cellar, all of the wines, regardless of level of quality are fermented naturally in stainless steel.
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