Mosel, 2017, Dornfelder wajos 2017 Dornfelder

Product CodeContainsPrice
New arrival special offer: buy any 11 bottles of wine would receive one extra bottle; the lowest value bottles free of charge; mixed case welcome
Walter J. Oster
Stylefeinherb (semi-dry)
Year bottled2018
Wine makerWalter J. Oster
CountryGermany (Deutschland)
Total acid4.9 g/l
Residual sugar14.5 g/l

Dornfelder is the third most grown varietal in Germany and is one of the best-known red wines to represent the country. I don’t surprise to see Spätburgunder from Moselle as this area is more northern compare to most of the wine region we know in Europe, suit for it more, but Dornfelder is certainly a punch on me, that means global warming is staying here in this region.

This wine is full-bodied with little tannins and elegant mild sweetness give the wine soft as silks, very easy to drink. Now is the perfect time to drink it. The color is in dark red but not too strong and less in violet. Toasted smell received from the barrels. Flavour of cherries, vanilla and odour of cedar wood and sometime with a hint of mint taste (light spearmint),

Shall be lightly cooled down to 8-10'C in summer to start & let it air for about half an hour. It matches well with Pizza, pasta, Lamb, dark meat, venison meat, pasta…etc. or drink it alone. On the other hand; It would be a bad idea to have this or any red wine to go with Cantonese steamed fish.

“Alltagsklassiker” Everyday classics.

Horace Cheung, 2018.08.13


imageWalter, Peter, freind of Peter & Mr Cheung visiting in 2007
imageFamily Shield, logo
imagewinery outlet
imageTwin village Ediger, Eller Ediger
imageDownstream of Mosel river in front of Ediger
imageSome former wine labels in 2005
imageLocal snack local wine
imageWaljos' new concept at 2002
imageVineyards by Reichsburg, Cochem near Ediger.
imageCertificate of Wine Awards 2004
imageWalter Oster and Horace Cheung
imageRecord of past flooding in the village
imageVineyards of Wajos located at Neefer Frauenberg
imageMadam Petra Fadi
imageMr. Horace Cheung at the vineyard
imageVineyard Ediger Osterlämmchen
imageVineyards' summer look
imageFlower Rose guarding vineyards 24x7
imageMichael Oster, New generation winemaker of the family