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Portugeezer | Natural Wine by Staffelter Hof.
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Staffelter Hof

Portugal in the Mosel?

€35,07 per litre
Müller Time SandersStruck | Natural Wine by Staffelter Hof.
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Müller Time SandersStruck

Staffelter Hof

Peach. Jasmine. Honeysuckle.

€26,00 per litre
Ruby Soho 2020 | Natural Wine by Staffelter Hof.
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Ruby Soho 2021

Staffelter Hof

Regent from Mosel

€29,20 per litre

Staffelter Hof - one of the oldest companies in the world!

Aged almost 1200 years old having been founded in 862 AD, Staffelter Hof is one of the oldest wineries in the world. This also makes them one of the oldest companies of any kind in the world, too! Farming 9 hectares of certified-chemical-free grapes on the very steep slopes of the Mosel Valley (a challenging feat in itself due to the difficulty in maintaining the vines with natural insect pesticides ), the winery belongs to 7th generation winemaker Jan Mathias Klein who makes classic Riesling as one expects in the Mosel, but also has a range of natural wines with truly minimal intervention in the cellar, using zero sulphur at any stage. This is extremely rare to see in the traditional Mosel valley, and Jan Mathias Klein is truly a pioneer in the region.
As for the wolf on the labels?
Rumour has it a wolf roamed the steep slopes of the Mosel Valley and killed the winery’s donkey, so the wineries’ monks running the vineyards caught the wolf (called Magnus) and forced the WOLF to do the donkey’s job on the steep slopes rather than carry everything themselves !

Little Bastard of the Mosel

Flavourwise, Jan’s wines taste truly remarkable and have a real freshness to them - and he works with more grapes than just your expected Riesling too! These include Frühburgunder, Muscat, Müller-Thurgau and even a range of Portugese grapes, for a wine of which he brilliantly names “Portugeezer”. Another stand-out favourite of his for us is a blend Riesling with Sauvignon Blanc using a technique called malolactic conversion giving it a softer, less invasive acidity than much of the regions’ wines. It’s appropriately titled ’Little Bastard”, as its so completely different from anything else you would expect in the Mosel... perhaps to the point it is not sure who it’s real father is (Riesling or Sauvignon!)

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