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Winemaker: Corinne and Laurent Kox

AOC: Moselle Luxembourgeoise,
Schwebsange Kolteschberg Grand 1er Cru

Vintage: 2021

Vol: 12.5 %

RS: 0 g/L

S02: 90 mg/L

Total Production: 1,350 bottles

Grapes: 100% Riesling

Soils: Keuper with clayey marls

Vegan: No

Allergens: None

Closure: Cork + Foil

Drinking Window: 5 years

Ethos: Sustainable practises



In the small picturesque town of Remich on the left bank of the Moselle river, the father and daughter duo, Laurent and Corinne Kox, are making truly exceptional still, sparkling and sweet wines in their own unique style.


Third generation, Corinne is the young gun, the ambitious winemaker slowly taking over from her traditional father. He still has the upper hand on traditional winemaking, and masters the best qualities of Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Auxerrois, Gewürztraminer and Saint Laurent, while she is bringing in ancient and more contemporary practices into the vineyard and cellar from drones to Kvevri to Luxembourgish oak barrels.



Manual harvesting, crushing and pressing of the grapes, juice splitting, fermentation in stainless steel vats, thermoregulation. 6 months on fine lies in tank.



Peachy and bone dry Riesling from the moselle valley. A touch of kerosene on the nose. Lovely smooth acidity and a good long finish. One for the bucket list.

Domaine Kox, Riesling 2019

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