The Appostelhoeve is located at the Louwberg, one of the most beautifull locations of South Limburg, between Maastricht en Kanne (BE). You imagine yourself in the south of France.

White wine.

Already in the Middle Ages wine grapes were grown in this area. Today only white wines are produced.
The Apostelhoeve is one of the oldest and largest (more than 10 hectares) vineyards of The Netherlands. It produces six fine, dry white wines: the Müller-thurgau, Auxerrois, Riesling, Pinot-gris, Pinot-gris barriques and the Apostelhoeve Cuvée XII plus two sparkling wines: Apostelhoeve Riesling Brut and Apostelhoeve Cuvée XII Brut.

You should book a guided tour. You get a good explanation about the wine producing process. And you visit the vineyard, press house and wine cellars. The tour ends with a tasting in one of the tasting room.

Grapes

Practical info.

The tour and wine tasting includes 3 wines from the Apostelhoeve with 2 appetizers (ham and cheese) and takes approximately 1½ hour.
The price is 15.00 euro per person, with a minimum of 12 persons (180.00 euro per group).
The maximum is 150 persons per group.

Opening hours:
Visit is possible throughout the year, on Sundays only at 11:00h by appointment only.
The wine sale is open from Monday to Saturday from 9:00h am to 5:00 pm.

There is free parking available.

Address:
Susserweg 201
6212 NE, Maastricht
The Netherlands
Tel: 0031-(0)43 343 2264
Email: info@apostelhoeve.nl

www.apostelhoeve.nl