Why pick a luxemburger wine?

The region, people and tradition shape the wine. In our globalized world, the indication of origin is becoming more important again, emerging as more of an antithesis to the technically and often excellently produced but soulless wines, from all over the world.

Our terroir shapes our wines. Our tradition and strength are based on the unique character of our origin. One of the central keys to guarantee the quality of our wines and Crémants for the future is the orientation towards the internationally recognized principle of origin.

Interesting statistics

  • 3

    Mio. bottles of Crémant de Luxembourg are produced per year

  • 1 295

    hectares of vines are cultivated throughout the Luxembourg Moselle

  • 65

    wine companies are proud producers of wines & crémants from Luxembourg

Our luxembourger wines

Late vintage wines

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Quality sparkling wines

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Rosé wines

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Red wines

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White wines

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ProWein – Dusseldorf 2023

19/03/2023 - 21/03/2023

Düsseldorf, Am Staad

From the 19th to the 21st of march  the ProWein will take place in Düsseldorf. Over 6000 Exhibitors  from 60 […]

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Porte Ouverte Via mosel´

01/04/2023 - 02/04/2023

Deutsch-Luxemburgische-Französische Mosel

VIA MOSEL’ is pleased to invite locals and guests to the third big wine architecture weekend . Along the German-Luxembourgish-French […]

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Gourmet Walk

08/04/2023 - 08/04/2023

Gourmet walk with 8 culinary stops at different wineries in Remich. Start: Navitours boat between 09:00 and 10:30 Trail: ca. […]

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Wine market in Grevenmacher

14/04/2023 - 14/04/2023


The Grevenmacher wine market is probably the highlight for every winegrower. Try the new wines before everyone else and be […]

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