The NOBLE HOUSE was named in honour of the Prince
Elect of Trier, the oldest city of Germany. He built this
distinguished NOBLE HOUSE in 1743. His winery was
located inside this building. Here his grapes were
pressed and his wines were made. The grandfather of
Dr. Peter Pauly, Zacharias Bergweiler-Prüm, bought the
house about 100 years ago.
Description Noble House Riesling embodies the elegant and racy
style of classic Mosel Riesling. It is made with fruit that
comes exclusively from traditional vineyards with steep
slopes and slate soil. Long term contracts with locasl
growers ensure that the excellent quality of Noble House
Riesling can be maintained in every vintage. It is meant
to be an easy drinking, everyday wine with the right
balance between sweetness and acidity.
Tasting notes First impression is dominated by citrus and stone fruit.
Orange zest and grapefruit accompany white peach. The
palate starts with full and fruity flavors and ends with fine
and crispy acidity, which clears the palate for the next