Ruwer (wine region)

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Ruwer valley
Roman relief: Vintner in his office

Ruwer or Ruwerthal is a wine-growing district (Bereich) at the Ruwer (river) near Trier, Germany. It is a district of the Mosel region, which used to be called Mosel-Saar-Ruwer.

The Romans produced wine in the Ruwer region since the 2nd century.

Villages and vineyards[edit]

  • Ruwer/Eitelsbach: Karthäuserhofberg, Sonnenberg, Marienholz, Maximiner, Domherrenberg.
  • Mertesdorf: Maximin Grünhaus: Bruderberg, Abtsberg, Herrenberg; Lorenzhöfer Mäuerchen, Lorenzhöfer Felslay, Johannisberg, Herrenberg;
  • Kasel: Herrenberg, Dominikanerberg, Kehrnagel, Hitzlay, Nieschen, Paulinsberg, Timpert.
  • Waldrach: Heiligenhäuschen, Hubertusberg, Sonnenberg, Jungfernberg, Krone, Laurentiusberg, Ehrenberg, Doktorberg, Meisenberg, Jesuitengarten, Kurfürstenberg.
  • Morscheid: Heiligenhäuschen, Dominikanerberg.
  • Riveris: Kuhnchen, Heiligenhäuschen.
  • Sommerau: Schlossberg
  • Korlingen: Leikaul

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