Exporter to Europe

Caves St Martin

P.O. Box 20, 5501 Remich
53, Route de Stadtbredimus, 5570 Remich
Luxembourg

Telephone +352 23 61991
Fax +352 23 699434
info@cavesstmartin.lu

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 13 / C56
 Interactive hall map

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 13): stand C56

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.11  Luxembourg
  • 02  SPARKLING WINES
  • 02.07  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt with origin
  • 02.07.02  Cremant

Our products

Product category: Luxembourg, Cremant

Auxerrois De Nos Rochers

Label: AOP Moselle luxembourgeoise
Classification: Grand Premier Cru
Vintage: 2014
Vineyard terrain: Calcareous soil
Cépage: Auxerrois
Harvest: By hand
Vinification method: Partial stripping followed by a light maceration. Controlled fermentation temperature of 17°C. Wine maturing in stainless steel tanks holding 31 hectolitres.
Organoleptic examination: A pale gold colour. The nose combines aromans of brioche, beeswax, black currant and mango. A fresh white with notes of honey, citrus fruit, raspberries and pepper. Flavours of green apple on the finish.
Food and wine harmony: Monkfish with butter. Wine serving temperature: 8 -10°C
Tasting: Best when served quite young, but a maturing period of 5-8 years is possible as well.
Packaging: 6 Bottles
Capacity: 75 cl

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Product category: Luxembourg, Cremant

Chardonnay De Nos Rochers

Label: AOP Moselle luxembourgeoise
Classification: Grand Premier Cru
Vintage: 2014 Vineyard terrain: Calcareous soil
Cépage: Chardonnay
Harvest: By hand
Vinification method: Pressing of the whole grapes. Controlled fermentation temperature of 17°C. Wine maturing in French oak barrels and in stainless steel tanks holding 31 hectolitres
Organoleptic examination: A pale gold colour, crystal surface, deep brilliance. A fine vanilla note with aromas of ripe pears. The wood is barely perceptible and very well integrated into this wine with Mirabelle plum, raspberry and lime notes. The mouth-filling finish goes along with a bright freshness (lemon).
Food and wine harmony: White meat and grilled fish
Tasting: Best when served after 3-5 years, but a maturing period of 6-8 years is possible as well Packaging: 6 Bottles
Capacity: 75 cl

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Product category: Luxembourg, Cremant

Pinot Gris De Nos Rochers

Label: AOP Moselle luxembourgeoise
Classification: Grand Premier Cru
Vintage: 2014
Vineyard terrain: Keuper marl
Cépage: Pinot Gris
Harvest: By hand
Vinification method: Partial stripping. Controlled fermentation temperature of 17°C. Wine maturing in stainless steel tanks holding 31 hectolitres
Organoleptic examination: A pale gold colour, greenish nuances, crystal surface, fine limpidity. Notes of apricots, black currant, jammy strawberry, pineapple and apple compote. On the palate this wine is round, fresh, complete and harmonious in attack, followed by a great freshness pronounced by flavours of almonds, malt and pomegranates. Dried apricots on the finish.
Food and wine harmony: Veal filet mignon with morel and cream sauce. Wine serving temperature: 8 -10°C
Tasting: Best when served after 2-3 years, but a maturing period of 5-8 years is possible as well.
Packaging: 6 Bottles
Capacity: 75 cl

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About us

Company details

Just as the diamond merchant who knows the value of uncut diamonds, the 7 pioneers of the St Martin history recognized the magic of the huge calcareous rock downstream from the city of Remich. Eugène Koch, Jean Faber, Eugène Knepper, J.P. Hartmann, Pierre Wurth, Jean Beissel and Mathias Ley left the first marks of Luxembourg’s sparkling wines in this place of wild beauty. In 1919, in the aftermath of World War I, they set up the Caves St Martin.

Their personal view of things was behind the digging of the underground galleries hewed in this huge calcareous rock between 1919 and 1921, and till this day the wizards of the juice of the vine have been dealing with the ancestral ritual of the wine-making and the champagnization of wine. Bacchus himself wouldn’t have resisted to the magical call of these galleries dedicated to the delight of the palate, where thousands of bottles of this delicious nectar are resting, elaborated according to the traditional method due to the Benedictine monk Dom Pérignon.

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