Hand in Hand with nature
Whether vineyards, cellars or sale – throughout the whole year, we the family Schier, work hand in hand with nature.
Mosel – a viticultural phenomenon
Within millions of years, the Mosel river has shaped a deep and wining canyon into the shale of the region.
Being able to harvest ripe and healthy grapes is gratefulness in its pure form.
Nature, love and handicraft
We agree: nature, love and handicraft contribute to success. Here, the vines are tied up – ready for the budding in spring.
Steep rocky slopes out of shale
Thanks to the extreme steep rocky slopes, the slate stores the heat of the shining sun. Thereby, the grapevines are – also at night –
supplied with a lot of energy to complete the grape maturity.
Practice makes perferct ...
... who wants to be a young winemaker. By combining the efforts, our old basket press was used.
Vinification in stainless steel and wood
Nowadays, modern cellar technology and controlled idleness allow the development of the strong characters of our wines.
Natural variety between our vines
Thanks to our conscious natural wine production we protect flora and fauna in the vineyards.
The mountains are alive
For us, it is always a great pleasure to experience how man and nature come together between the vines.
Great wines need time
Our specialities mature in small oak barrels – wines that tell their very own story in the glass.
Responsibility in one of the oldest cultures
With great effort, we reclaim overgrowing abandon areas of the steep Moselle valley – for an intact nature and the future of upcoming generations.
A lot of handicraft
A lot of stamina and manual work is required for the traditional fermentation in open vats.
200 years of family wine tradition
"When emotions and passion meet in an extraordinary landscape, a star rises." Jakob Schier, 1959
Healthy and fully ripe grapes
Being able to bring home healthy, fully ripe and yield reduced grapes is pure enjoyment.
Extreme natural conditions
Thanks to our terraced vineyards, we are able to work all around the year within extreme steep slopes.
Work with a view
In autumn, the vineyards delight with an amazing variety of colors – the Mosel river always in view.
Now, as ever
1995 and 2015 – Some things never change in a wine family.