Henri Ruppert

Wine Explorers' opinion

Pinot Noir wines from Domaine Henri Ruppert are models of finesse and greediness.

The terroir

The Schengen Valley consists of sandy soils, conchylian limestone and the unique quartzite of the Moselle.

The estate

In the direction of Trier, the Moselle valley opens to form a fluvial plain called 'Haff Remich'. It was there, in 1990, that Henri Ruppert took over the family estate, where he became the 8th generation.

The vineyard

Today, the Henri Ruppert winery operates nearly 7 hectares. The vineyards consist of slopes of up to 60% inclination, which forces the vine to dig deep into the soil, producing beautiful grapes.

The wines

The sandy-limestone soils produce white wines full of freshness, resulting from Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Auxerrois grape varieties. The red wines from the Pinot Noir grape are incredibly delicate.

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