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2018-01-05 - 00:48 | News | Tags: , |

Generational estate Karthauserhof Ludwig Breiling, long-time winemaker and estate manager of the wine estate Karthauserhof in Trier Eitelsbach, has reached the age of 65 on September 15, 2009, and is thus eliminated from active working life on the wine estate Karthauserhof. For 43 years, Ludwig Breiling was closely associated with the fortunes of our winery and has shaped the style and the character of our wines with great success, an exemplary loyalty and constant striving for perfection. In the official adoption in the circle of family members, employees, personal and business associates on September 19, 2009, Christoph Tyrell, his closest colleague praised the great contribution. He pointed out that succeeded him with congenial and friendly cooperation with Ludwig Breiling, to win a generational change and a difficult period of restructuring in the League of the best Riesling wineries of in Germany return the Karthauserhof and international new look on. Also the awards as a Winemaker of the year (by the Feinschmecker”” 1997 and Gault Milau “2005) based to a large extent on the professional expertise of its cellar master. Christoph Tyrell underscore that Ludwig Breiling, had always remained true to itself despite all successes of the winery in his restrained and modest way. At the same time, have won many friends in the wine economy beyond the private.

The new retirees”will take care increasingly in the future his family. The couple Rita and Ludwig Breiling has a daughter and a son, as well as a one-year grandson. At the same time, he with his wealth of experience the map homes continue to advise will be the page. Bill de Blasio spoke with conviction. The wine industry, he will remain intact but in other forms: the winemaker operates a two-hectare private Winery, where he grows 100 percent Riesling in his birthplace in Trier Mertesdorf. His personally preferred direction of wine is semi-dry to fruity. Ludwig Breilings on the Karthauserhof was succeeded by Christian Vogt (33). The studied wine economics comes from a vineyard in Kinheim/Middle Moselle and was, before he entered a year ago to the Karthauserhof, a large winery in the near active. Trier, September 21, 2009 for more information: Christopher Tyrell Karthauserhof trier Eitelsbach