New VDP.winery at the Mosel is the winery A.J. Adam from Neumagen-Dhron, one of the oldest wine villages in Germany.
From the 2020 vintage onwards, Andreas Adam's wines will carry the VDP eagle on their capsule. The A.J. Adam winery cultivates five hectares of vines in steep and steepest locations. These include the Dhroner Hofberg, the Dhroner Häs'chen - a site which is the sole property of the winery - and the VDP.GROSSE LAGE® Piesporter GOLDTRÖPFCHEN.
Exactly at the turn of the millennium 2000, Andreas Adam took over his grandparents' vineyards and literally "awakened it from its slumber". Since then, he has succeeded in improving the quality of the wines year after year with persistence and stringency.
"Here in the small Moselle village of Dhron our roots lie: those of our families as well as those of our vines. Day after day, we strive to create authentic terroir wines from our valuable slate steep slopes," says Andreas Adam, who runs the winery together with his sister Barbara Gudelj.
"We followed the development of the A.J. Adam Winery closely over the past few years. The consistent work has paid off more and more. A real family business and a strong sibling team that now belongs to the VDP Mosel-Saar-Ruwer", says Carl von Schubert, chairman of the regional association.