The vineyards on the Mosel are set on steep slopes. In this unique cultural landscape the renowned South Tyrolean architect and designer Matteo Thun planned the extension of a winery with a holiday home. Instead of one house many small homes were built. The Winzerhäuschen (wine houses) are surfaced with slate and resemble traditional vineyard lodges. They are distributed in the large orchard in four rows. The cottages, each with space for two people, consist of a living and sleeping area, and a closed bathroom which is hidden behind a partition in the form of a gable wall. The barn-like glass entrance door connects the winegrower’s cottage with the terrace and the individual farm, fruit or rose garden.
What to do
Vineria / Vinothek, events around the topics "wine, pleasure and joy for life". Cycling, hiking, relaxing. Trier (12 km) with Roman monuments, historic old town, Rheinisches Landesmuseum.
Why we like this house
A place for wine and culinary delights in the midst of nature - modern yet with a sense of tradition.
This house is great for
For couples, families (some houses have interconnecting doors), pleasure travelers, meetings (there is a meeting room).
|Region/Town||DE – Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Longuich|
|Scenery||Located in a wine village on the Mosel,close to Trier|
|Number of guests||2 people per house, some of the houses have connecting doors and turn into a family cottage.|
|Design||Matteo Thun, Mailand; Stein Hemmes Wirtz, Kasel|
|Awards||1st place Landbaukultur-Award 2016 (Stiftung LV Münster), Excellent wine shop 2016 (German Wine Institute),1. place Wine Architecture Award 2013|
|Criteria||Rooms for 1-2 (hotel), Rooms for 1-4 (hotel), Family, Garden, Hiking, Lake/river, Meeting, Pet-friendly, Restaurant, Wine|
|Same Architect||Pergola Residence|
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