This wine store in the heart of Luxembourg City has set itself the task of representing virtually all the estates in the Luxembourg Moselle region. However, even this doesn’t fully do it justice, as it also supplies a large international range.
The bulldozers are finally due to leave the countryside to the north of Stadtbredimus. Major consolidation work is drawing to a close on the Goldberg terroir and vines are set to be replanted on more gently sloping parcels and brand-new terraces.
While recent months have brought their share of uncertainty, some winemakers have also received a fair amount of recognition. Henri Ruppert, for example, has been showered with awards and outstanding ratings outside Luxembourg.
Summer droughts are no longer the exception, but are becoming the rule. Vineyards and winemakers have been forced to adapt to climate change, as have the public authorities. On both sides of the Moselle, efforts are being made to devise a simplified procedure to irrigate land with river water if…