The Schweicher Annaberg is a vineyard in the town of Schweich on the Mosel wine-growing region. The steep slope layer is confined to the south.
Soil structure: from the profound Rotliegend Wittlicher sink combines with red shale and greywacke.
The Annaberg was in the historical position classification map (Saar and Moselle wine-card for the Region of Trier) by the Royal Prussian land-tax inspector Klotten in 1868 classified as "first class location". Exceptional wine with honey and dried fruit flavors.
Walter, Peter, freind of Peter & Mr Cheung visiting in 2007
Family Shield, logo
Twin village Ediger, Eller Ediger
Downstream of Mosel river in front of Ediger
Some former wine labels in 2005
Local snack local wine
Waljos' new concept at 2002
Vineyards by Reichsburg, Cochem near Ediger.
Certificate of Wine Awards 2004
Walter Oster and Horace Cheung
Record of past flooding in the village
Vineyards of Wajos located at Neefer Frauenberg
Madam Petra Fadi
Mr. Horace Cheung at the vineyard
Vineyard Ediger Osterlämmchen
Vineyards' summer look
Flower Rose guarding vineyards 24x7
Michael Oster, New generation winemaker of the family