The winery is located in Trier in the German wine-growing region Moselle, In 2006 Dr. Marion and Alexander Rinke as lateral entrants plot acquired with three hectares on the southern Weinmosel in Langsur, just before the Luxembourg border. After many years of wasteland, the blackberry walls that were up to two meters high had to be laboriously cleared first. The vines in the Langsurer Brüderberg cover 2.6 hectares with up to 75 ° Tilt, Here are in composite rate the white wines Chardonnay with old clones "Selection Massale" (90%), as well Pinot Blanc. Pinot gris. Viognier. Traminer and muscatel (10%) grown. A small part is included Pinot Noir (Burgundian clones) planted. The second part are plots with 1.5 hectares of vineyards on the Saar in the individual layers Altenberg (Oberemmel), as well Braunfels and Klosterberg (Wiltingen). Here are the varieties Riesling (with vines over 40 years old in some cases), and cultivated Pinot Noir. These are very steep locations, some of which are in Single pile education are managed.
The extremely low-yield grapes from the Brüderberg physiologically mature harvested together with yeasts from the vineyard spontaneous fermented and processed without protein stabilizers and clarifiers. The white wines from the Brüderberg are typical of the location and vintage with the aim of extreme longevity in the two lines "Langsurer Brüderberg Muschelkalk" in 1,200 liters and "Langsurer Brüderberg Terrassen S" in expanded. The red wine from Pinot Noir matures in barriques for at least 18 months. The white wines from the Saar, which are also fermented spontaneously, are largely expanded uncontrolled and are stored on the whole yeast, The red wines from the Saar mature in barrels for at least 12 months. All wines will be vegan produced.