The records of what is today the Weingut Hubertushof estate in Trittenheim go back to 1780.
Of particular note, amongst other fine wines, the estate produces a range of Rieslings, from elegant and dry, to noble and sweet, but always balancing fruit flavour with minerality.
The estate consists of two vineyards, the first, the steeply-sloped, south west-facing Trittenheim ‘Apotheke’ which lies on the right bank of the Moselle river and is one of the top locations of the region. Sun-soaked through to the evening, the slate-rich soil stores the heat to create ideal conditions for grape ripening which results in the most elegant dry and fruity Spätlesen and Auslesen, as well as notable Beerenauslese.
The second, the south-facing Trittenheimer Altärchen, on the left bank of the Moselle, is planted with old vines. The deep grey slate soil and southern aspect gives the estate’s dry Rieslings their mineral complexity, whilst imbuing the wines with great fruit flavours. This vineyard is also the source of the estate’s fine sparkling wines.
All Hubertushof wines are made to the highest standards, using traditional wine-making methods, supported by modern, innovative wine-making techniques and a passion for fine wine-making: deliberately low yields, optimum grape maturity, selective hand-harvesting, gentle grape processing, cool and slow fermentation and gentle vinification result in fruit-driven wines of great character that reflect the essence of the grape varietal, the vintage and terroir, and designed to appeal to the wine connoisseur.