Staffelter Hof

Staffelter Hof is one of the oldest still existing companies in the world!

Jan, who runs the winery today, continued the classic Mosel Riesling production until 2010, when he realized that the future of Moselle wines can only be sustainable. All vineyards have been converted to organic agriculture, despite the enormous effort involved in working on the steep slopes without the use of pesticide-spraying helicopters.

In 862, King Lothar II donated the farm to the Stavelot Monastery, but it was only in the 1950s that Jan Matthias Klein's grandfather decided to market the wine under his own name.

Hard work is an integral part of the founding legend of the winery. Centuries ago the steep slopes of Kröv were farmed with the help of a donkey until a wolf killed it. Legend has it that the monks caught the wolf on it and let it do the work in the vineyard instead of the donkey. The wolf “Magnus” is still the idol of the wine cellar and can be found on the labels of the wines Little Red Riding Wolf, and Little bastard again.

In line with the work in the vineyard, Jan has also adapted the style of vinification in the cellar and now works without additives for some wines. For this he has his own Natural wine.line that you have with us in Online shop finds. The modern wines from the traditional winery are fresh, light and easily digestible. Have fun in the glass and an exciting surprise every year.

Further information is available at: www.staffelter-hof.de

“Centuries ago, the steep slopes of Kröv were farmed with the help of a donkey until a wolf killed it. Legend has it that the monks caught the wolf on it and let it do the work in the vineyard instead of the donkey. The wolf “Magnus” is still the idol of the wine cellar and can be found on the labels. »
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