• 01 - Steinbock
  • 02 - The mission
  • 03 - Riesling
  • 04 - Alcohol free
  • 05 - Why alcohol free
  • 06 - Innovation
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The Selection Steinbock takes its name from a play on words. “Steinbock” means ibex in German and the name also honours “Bockstein”, the estate’s most important vineyard, one of the most famous vineyards of the Mosel wine region.

In March 2014 Martin Foradori Hofstätter took the opportunity to revive the traditional winery “Weingut Dr. Fischer”, known for its excellent Riesling wines.

Martin Foradori Hofstätter’s passion for Riesling gives rise to this wine which is characterized by expressive minerality and elegant structure.

Tasting notes

Brilliant straw yellow colour. Offers typical pineapple and citrus aromas with the classic minerality derived from slate. Soft and refreshing on the palate.

This Riesling is a wine with striking minerality and an elegant body.


A perfect white wine with fish dishes, salads, starters and sushi.

The idea to offer an alternative beverage to those who abstain from alcohol was born in 2020.

Tasting notes

Straw yellow with greenish reflections, a delicate and persistent perlage. In the nose with fragrant aromatic and juicy notes of white pulp fruit, white blossoms and citrus.

It is dry and lively in the mouth, convincing with its distinctive freshness.


Excellent as an aperitif, with finger food, appetizers, quiche, raw fish or as an ingredient for non-alcohol cocktails.

Times are changing and lifestyles are shifting.

Steinbock Alcohol Free is the elegant alternative for those who abstain from alcohol,

but not from enjoying sparkling pleasure!

Good reasons for Steinbock Alcohol Free Sparkling

  • Drink and Drive
    Drink and Drive
  • Be part of the party
    Be part of the party
  • Suitable for pregnancy
    Suitable for pregnancy
  • Low in calories
    Low in calories
  • Do sports and enjoy a good glass of sparkling
    Do sports and enjoy a good glass of sparkling
  • Lowers the alcohol content of your cocktails
    Lowers the alcohol content of your cocktails

Through a gentle vacuum process, alcohol is extracted from a wine made from selected grapes. In a state-of-the-art technique, the air pressure is reduced in a cauldron allowing alcohol to evaporate at only 25-30 °C (77-86 °F). The low thermal stress ensures that the character, taste and fine aromas of the original wine are preserved and the remaining alcohol content is less than 0.25 % vol.