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Weingut Hermann Ludes

Klüsserath Bruderschaft Auslese 1994


The 1994 vintage, together with 1990, is considered the best vintages in the 90s.
This wine is produced from a small plot shaped like an amphitheater with 100-year-old vines. It has a very complex nose with some green herbs, but also citrus. The wine has incredible depth in the taste and a very long aftertaste.


Årgang 1994 betragtes sammen med 1990 som de bedste årgange i 90érne.

Denne vin stammer fra en lille parcel formet som et amfiteater med 100 år gamle vinstokke. Den har en meget kompleks næse med lidt grønne urter, men også citrus. Vinen har en utrolig dybde i smagen og en meget lang eftersmag. 


Country: Germany

Region: Mosel

Winery: Weingut Hermann Ludes

Year: 1994

Type: White

Grapes: Riesling

Alcohol: 12,5%

Closure: Cork

Winemaking: Traditional



This winemaker is known for having old vines, 60 - 70 years old, on the most southerly exposed stretch of the Thörnicher Ritsch. From here, they make elegant relatively light wines, from spontaneous fermentation and storage in steel / cement tanks. They have a philosophy of selling the wines when they are ripe, which is why it is possible to find old ripe spätlese and auslese. In 2017, nephew Julin Ludes came to the place and has now taken over the production from Hermann Ludes.

Producenten er kendt for at have gamle vinstokke, 60 - 70 år, på den mest sydligt eksponerede strækning i Thörnicher Ritsch. Herfra laver de elegante relativt lette vine, fra spontangæring og lagring i stål/cementtanke. De har en filosofi om at sælge vinene, når de er modne, hvorfor det er muligt at finde gamle modne spätlese og auslese. I 2017 kom nevøen Julin Ludes til stedet og har nu overtaget produktionen fra Hermann Ludes.

General grape descriptions


Riesling is grape from the Alsace region (France), Germany and Austria but Germany is the largest producer in the word of Riesling wines,  which goes from the dry wines to sweet. This grape is cultivated in warm or cold climates and produces high-quality wines witch evolve well over the years. They are very aromatic wines and with pronounced acidity. Riseling wines with sweet characteristics goes well with spicy food as Indian and Thai cuisine. The dried Riesling  goes well with slightly fat meats like the duck. Most present aromas: lima, green apple, beeswax, jasmine and gasoline.