The vineyards of Germany's Mosel Valley are characterized by their incredibly steep, south-facing slopes, mineral-rich slate soil and favorable position near the river. Excellent
drainage and the heat-retaining quality of the rocky slate soil are also important factors in producing fully ripe, concentrated
wines. The combination of these elements results in racy, mineral-inflected Rieslings that are fruity, crisp and very refreshing to drink. This entry-level Loosen Riesling embodies the all of the elegant and racy characteristics of the steep, slate-soil Mosel vineyards.