Visit

the vineyards

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Visit the vineyards and learn how

the wine is made and get to know the terroir.

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Hoeve Nekum

Maastricht e.o.

Terroir:

Viticulture takes place on the steep slopes of the Louwberg in the Jekerdal in Maastricht with a chalk and loss substrate. The Jeker valley is the oldest wine region in the Netherlands and also the hottest and driest part of Limburg. With the most modern techniques, the different grapes are processed into special wines. 5 ha

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Landgoed Overst

Valkenburg e.o.

Terroir

As an approved estate, the area is a gem near the village of Withagen. Different distinguished wines are made with the most modern techniques. The Voerendaalse loss, with a thick layer of Kundersteen underneath, allows the wines to sparkle slightly. The most beautiful grapes are processed into premium wines and protected as PDO "Mergelwijn". 3 ha

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Wijndomein

de Planck

Valkenburg-Gulpen e.o.

Terroir

Pure craftsmanship is combined with the latest knowledge and technologies. Special wines are made with love and dedication in a beautiful location in Slenaken at an altitude of 230 meters with a view of the Gulp Valley and the feeding area in the southernmost tip of the Netherlands. The wine estate has ideal south-east slopes with very suitable calcareous soil with loss and flint. 3 ha

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Domein de Wijngaardsberg

Maastricht e.o.

Terroir

The winery is located on the flanks of the Wijngaardsberg in Ulestraten in Limburg. Because the current climate is comparable to the Bourgonge, this region is warm enough for beautiful wines. The chalk stone surface and a Loss cultivation layer provide fresh acids and beautiful tingling in the wine. 3 ha

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Sint

Pietersberg

Maastricht e.o.

Terroir

At the foot of St. Pietersberg, the selection, the Cuvee Saint Pierre, is made from the different wines. The current selection is made from the Pinot Noir grapes that are aged on the typical Limburg ground of flint, marl and loose. After several years of aging, including 1 year on authentic French oak, the grapes reach their peak of taste and aroma. Mass and bouteille a Chateaux Wijnandsrade.

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Domein Steenberg

Valkenburg-Gulpen e.o.

Terroir

The name Steenberg puts the soil conditions of the plot on the flanks of one of the most beautiful hills in South Limburg on the map. That bottom is covered with flint. A flint that has been praised in the Stone Age, based on its excellent quality. The flint layer stores heat during the day and the plants reap the benefits. 2 ha

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Wijngoed

Fromberg

Valkenburg e.o.

Terroir

Fromberg is the highest situated vineyard with slopes that are fully south-facing with an optimal angle of inclination. The mineral-rich loam mixed with holocene gravel on a limestone surface means that the grape roots have to work hard to absorb all minerals. This ensures that the grapes produce powerful and distinct wines. 3 ha

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Wijngaard 

Raarberg

Maastricht e.o.

Terroir

Raarberg Vineyard is located at an altitude of 90 meters on the slope of the Raarberg in the hamlet of Raar, in Meerssen. Our Chardonnay and Pinot Noir canes are planted here, which are exceptionally suitable for making sparkling wine.
Wijngaard Raarberg brings the sparkling wine back to South Limburg and lets the whole of the Netherlands enjoy this fantastic Limburg wine from now on. The winery is located at 31 Alexander Battalaan in Maastricht. 3 ha

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Wijngaard St Martinus

Epen e.o.

Terroir

Named after the protection saint of wine growing and located between the foothills of the Ardennes in the south-east of the Netherlands, the grapes and subsoil are cared for in an innovative and sustainable manner with a close-knit team. The grapes are picked by hand and as late as possible to get as much flavor as possible into the grape. Several times voted best vineyard in the Netherlands. 19 ha

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Wijngaard

Apostelhoeve

Maastricht e.o.

Terroir

Vineyard De Apostelhoeve
The oldest and one of the largest vineyards in the Netherlands, Wijngaard de Apostelhoeve, is of course located in Maastricht. The Hulst family grows various grape varieties on the Louwberg and processes them into internationally awarded wines. The Dutch wine tradition dates back to Roman times, but was replaced by other agricultural activities. Until in 1970 the vines returned to the southern slopes of the Jeker valley in Maastricht. The Louwberg with its many loess, marl and pebble is an ideal location for a vineyard and a visit is more than worth it. 13 ha

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Wijndomein

Crutzberg

Voerstreek (B)  e.o.

Terroir

Multiple distinguished wines are made on the southern slopes of Sint-Martens-Voeren near the village of Crindael. In the "Champagne region" of Flanders, the wines get a fine structure and a lot of minerality thanks to the soil of limestone and minerals. The forests around the river Veurs provide an exceptional microclimate and make the wine a special taste sensation. 2.2 ha

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Kasteel

Genoels Elderen

Tongeren e.o.

Terroir

The only wine castle in Belgium shines in the municipality of Riemst. The marl layer present and the climate show strong similarities with Champagne and the Burgundy region. The wines are made by traditional method with a great awareness of ecological cohesion. Weeding and hoeing is still done in the traditional way. This care and accuracy undeniably leave their mark in the taste of the complex and refined wines. 22 ha

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