Weingut Nikolaus Köwerich is located on the Central Mosel, nestling on a particularly beautiful river bend between Trier and Bernkastel. The valley is sun-drenched, and this landscape, characterized by blue Devonian slate, has been growing wine here for two millennia. Riesling has been grown on the Mosel since 1465 and the Köwerich family has been listed in the town’s parish register since 1548. For them, they believe that tradition belongs in the bottle, and not on it. That’s why they choose unconventional names for many of their Rieslings. Nevertheless, just like their ancestors, they live by the rhythm of the vines and are allowed to produce something that accompanies humankind’s magical moments.