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Reinhold Haart
Appellation = Mosel
Theo & Edith Haart
Johannes Haart (son)
The Haart's family viticultural tradition dates back to 1337 in Piesport

Theo's son Johannes is the 20th generation
4,000 cases
7.5 Hectares
Piesporter Goldtröpfchen (4.5ha)
Piesporter Grafenberg (1.0ha)
Wintricher Ohligsberg (1.0ha)
Piesporter Goldtröpfchen - Deep soil with soft clay and gray-blue slate

Piesporter Grafenberg - Deep soil with soft clay, stones, and red slate

Wintricher Ohligsberg - Hard gray-blue slate, quartzite layers, rocks and gravel
Piesporter Goldtröpfchen - 20yrs

Piesporter Grafenberg - up to 15yrs

Wintricher Ohligsberg - up to 40yrs
100% Riesling
Reinhold Haart Pieport Riesling
Reinhold Haart Piesporter Goldtröpfchen
Reinhold Haart Wintricher Ohligsberg
30% Dry
70% Sweet
90% Stainless Steel
10% Wood (1000 liter barrels)
Barrels ~ 35 years old
10% Cultured Yeast
90% Wild Yeast
Practicing Eco Friendly
Since 1990

Reinhold Haart Appellation: Mosel

Theo Haart was chosen Winemaker of the Year in 2007 by the Gault-Millau/German Wine Guide. The Haart family has had a presence in the vineyards of Piesport dating back to 1337. It is the oldest winegrowing family in the important wine growing village of Piesport and today hands down its best wine estate. A large Roman (3rd century) wine press and precious Diatretglas (ornate Roman drinking vessel) unearthed at the foot of the Goldtröpfchen vineyard adjacent to the Haart estate bear witness to the importance and quality of Piesport’s vineyards.  When the Roman poet Ausonius first reached Piesport he described the Mosel loop associated with Piesport as a natural, vine-clad, steep amphitheater open to the South. The eastern and western fringes of hillside protect the center from the cool winds as does the forest atop the vineyards. The deep clayish slate soil provides sufficient moisture even during a dry hot summer; they are vineyards blessed with these gifts of nature.

Theo’s winemaking philosophy has nothing to do with trends or fashion. He uses mostly indigenous yeast to ferment his Rieslings. He limits yields to less than 50 hl/ha, below the norm of most Mosel estates and usually harvests 14 days later than his colleagues. Two vineyards are classified for making Grand Cru wines: Piesporter Goldtröpfchen – deep, soft clayish slate – yields a wealth of aromas from cassis to peach and exotic fruits, it is always exceedingly rich on the palate. Wintricher Ohligsberg – hard blue-gray slate with quartzite layers and a great quantity of rocks and gravel – wines are more spicy, racy and elegant. Note: Ohligsberg was formerly wholly owned by the von Schorlemers. Other superb holdings are all in Piesport-Kreutzwingert (monopole), Domherr and Gräfenberg. The Reinhold Haart estate produces 4,000 cs and is a member of the VDP.

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