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Hospitality in the Zell region

If you want to take a break from the mundane and let it melt in your mouth, the Zeller Land is just right for you. At wineries and traditional wine taverns, in fine restaurants or at a convivial wine festival, you can enjoy fine wines and delicacies that have their origins in the beautiful landscape. The Zeller Land tastes particularly good.

It is better to enjoy and regret than to regret not having enjoyed.

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Albert Kallfelz Winery

High-quality wines for over 100 years. The winery currently covers about 50 hectares of vineyards. A large part of it lies in mineral-rich slate steep slopes, which are among the world's best. The winery's motto is: "From the idealist for the individualist". Behind this is the conviction that good viticulture only succeeds with a lot of hard work and honest craftsmanship and that connoisseurs can taste the fruits of this labour.

Bremm Keltenhof Winery

Hand in hand for a maxim of character and quality. As a family winery, we work together every day with heart and soul and passion towards our goal: to bring wines with consistency and quality into the glass. A combination of the unique Mosel steep slopes and our targeted manual work plays a decisive role here. This allows us to immortalise this concise expression of nature in our wines. Wine - it is merely in our blood; it is our life and our passion at the same time.

Winery & Sparkling Wine Manufactory Stülb

We enjoy cultivating old grape varieties, some of which were already extinct on the Mosel: Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris or Pinot Noir. Of course, we also cultivate Riesling; after all, it is particularly fruity and mineral on Mosel's slate soil. And we also grow the oldest Muscateller vineyard on the Mosel in the Briedeler Weißerberg.

Winery Peter Lehmen

Our family has been dedicated to viticulture since the 17th century. By consistently working on our Riesling wines' quality, we have received numerous awards and honours in recent years. That is why I (Peter Lehmen) am thrilled that my son Nikolas joined the business one year ago. With his knowledge of modern technologies and new wine chemistry findings, and with my more than 30 years of professional experience, we can manage and further develop the business together. With our love for wine and the Mosel, we produce a product of the highest quality for you.

Markus Busch Organic Winery

Family tradition is written in BIG letters. The Busch family has been growing grapes on the Mosel since 1576. We are therefore committed to the old winegrowing tradition, but we also like to think ahead and try to combine tradition and modernity. In doing so, the people are in the foreground. They are the ones who give the wine its soul and make wine the special drink it rightly is.

Wine & residential estate Paulushof

The holiday wine estate "Paulushof" is located in Pünderich, a romantic wine village on the Middle Mosel. Karl and Tobias Dahm take care of environmentally friendly viticulture. Rieslings, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris, as well as Dornfelder, Frühburgunder and Spätburgunder thrive in the Dahm family's vineyards. Modern technology and proven traditional methods continue the conscious pursuit of quality in the cellar.

Walter Winery

Since 1568, our family has lived from and with wine. A tradition of which we are proud and to which we feel committed. For us, wine means first and foremost enjoyment and joie de vivre. Let us try to pass this on to you.

Winery & Sparkling Wine Manufactory Hubertus Reis

Our winery is located in Briedel on the Mosel. There, viticulture has been practised in our family since the early 16th century. We produce the best wines from steep slopes with weathered slate soil. To deliver high-quality wines, it is essential to preserve the potential of healthy, ripe grapes right into the glass. A conscious approach to nature is incredibly close to our hearts when it comes to winemaking because the foundation of high wine quality is already laid in the vineyard. At every step of the process, we have our goal in mind to offer our usual high quality every year.

Winery Sturm-Pargen

Get to know our family winery. We aim to provide our guests and wine lovers with the highest quality. Wine quality already begins in the vineyard. Here we attach great importance to ensuring that our vines receive the best possible care on time. We try to preserve the individual and original characters of the grape variety, vineyard location and predicate levels at the highest level for our fully ripe, hand-picked grapes by treating the grapes and wine as gently as possible.

Winery Blümling

Good wines need great sites. Suppose an ambitious winegrower wants to produce outstanding Rieslings and Burgundy wines. In that case, he or she cannot avoid growing grapes in the very best vineyards. We find the best conditions for this in our Neefer Frauenberg, Neefer Rosenberg, and Bullayer Brautrock sites every year. Due to its partly enormous slope and the perfect orientation to the south/southwest, the Neefer Frauenberg is undoubtedly our best single vineyard, our "Grand Cru". Supported by ancient dry stone walls, up to 70-year-old Riesling vines grow here on steep vineyard terraces on grey weathered slate. We always use the grapes from this top vineyard for our "Alte Reben" wines and excellent noble sweet Rieslings.

Winery Amlinger & Son

Every year, numerous awards confirm our striving for quality and sustainability. With us, you can enjoy excellent wines and experience fantastic scenery. "We think: good wines come from hard work and experience. We, the Amlinger's, have been in winegrowing since 1570."

Winery Zecherhof

Welcome to your holiday winery in Neef on the beautiful Mosel! Whether you want to experience a holiday, find your favourite wine or enjoy it in our Winzerschänke - you are welcome here. Our Zecherhof holiday winery has not only changed externally over the years. The quality of the wines, our range, our service and our passion for the Zecherhof have also matured and reached a high level. Time does not stand still - and neither do we.

Hubertus Scheid Winery

Our family business has been growing grapes for generations. The beauty of viticulture in our small family business is that all generations lend a hand. Whether big or small, young or old - everyone contributes their share so that you can enjoy wines of high quality. We are proud of this. For us, manual labour is in demand because our steep slopes in the Sankt Aldegund vineyards Klosterkammer and Himmelreich cannot be worked by machine. So there is a lot of passion and dedication in every glass. We were born into viticulture. The two winegrowers' daughters Vanessa and Patricia have already been allowed to represent the wine from Sankt Aldegund as wine queens in the region.

Schumacher Winery

Controlled idleness and trust in all-natural processes! Our top priority is to spoil you and ourselves with expressive wines of the highest quality. The philosophies of "controlled idleness" and "complete trust in all-natural processes" apply in cultivation as well as during vinification. Everything is geared towards the production of fruity, finesse-rich wines with a delicate aroma structure that does not deny their origin - this also applies to our red wine.

Stein Winery

The Stein family's connection to wine can be traced back to the 16th century. We produce individual and authentic wines in our slate vineyards, from simple country wines to complex "Striehween". We achieve fair wines, fair prices with natural, environmentally friendly cultivation and growing methods in the vineyard and cellar. This means careful manual work in all areas, which we value and pay fairly. Last but not least, fairness includes affordable prices, also for exceptional wines.

Wine & Sparkling Wine Winery Uwe Kreuter

It is interesting to live and work in one of the most beautiful landscapes in Germany - the Mosel Valley. It is also interesting to want to coax treasures out of the somewhat wild nature fairly, whose taste diversity is so refreshingly different from all the artificial products invented by today's food industry. The soils of the Mosel valley consist predominantly of slate. This rock releases enormous amounts of minerals due to its weathering ability. Riesling, Elbling and Pinot Noir vines can incorporate this mineral diversity into fruity aromas, unlike most other grape varieties. They can do this all the better; the steeper the slope they are planted. This allows the vine to catch the sunlight with its leaves from the best side: from above!

Eating & Drinking in the Zell region

Whether it's a winery, restaurant, traditional wine tavern, vinotheque, café or bar. Here you will find all the hosts at a glance.

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