Producer Profile


The Saar region stands as a pinnacle of winemaking, celebrated for its unparalleled intensity and unique character. Frank Schoonmaker's description in "The Wines of Germany" captures the essence of Saar wines: austerity intertwined with delicacy, finesse, and an indescribable bouquet. Florian Lauer, among the eminent winemakers of the Saar, epitomizes this excellence. Unlike his renowned neighbor Egon Müller, Lauer's focus lies in crafting dry-tasting Rieslings, embodying purity, precision, and mineral-driven elegance. With natural-yeast fermentations, Lauer's wines boast a distinctive texture and masculinity, exuding balance and energy synonymous with the Saar's grandeur.

Where The Wines Come From


Natural wine from the Mosel region encapsulates the enchanting beauty and storied winemaking tradition of Germany's most famous wine-producing area. Nestled along the winding banks of the Mosel River, steep vineyard slopes draped in slate soils define this picturesque landscape. Here, winemakers embrace a philosophy of minimal intervention, allowing the unique microclimate and ancient vines to shape the character of the wines. With a focus on sustainable practices and organic viticulture, Mosel's natural wines are imbued with a sense of purity and authenticity, reflecting the essence of the region's terroir. From crisp and refreshing Rieslings with vibrant acidity to nuanced and complex Pinot Noirs, each bottle offers a journey through the misty valleys and sun-drenched hillsides of this legendary wine region, inviting enthusiasts to experience the timeless allure of Mosel wine.