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(Google Translation) Get up at dawn on a cold December day to vendimiar one Eiswein on icy slopes with a gradient of 40%, provided with a basket and a flashlight. The result is wines with an excellent balance of sweetness and acidity obtained by a single process. Weingut Kerpen can not be more Moselle. Family house, in whose underground and annexes the winery is located, is on the north bank of the Mosel river passing by Wehlen. In fact, just about 100 meters across this quiet navigable river, is one of the most famous payments from Germany, Wehlener Sonnenuhr (which literally means "the sundial Wehlen"). And this curiosity is not trivial, because the history of Kerpen is inextricably linked to that of their plots in this historical payment, the best wines coming. As you might imagine, in Germany the best vineyards of the Moselle are those with south facing allowing better heat stroke and therefore the grapes reach maturity regularly. Therefore, in the best plots, which have an orientation totally south, it is common to find a sundial which, as everyone knows, is not of much use if you orient north.