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Classic - has class, tastes classy Since the vintage 2000, the term ‘Classic’ has stood for above-average quality wines that taste harmoniously dry and can be combined with many dishes.Selection -
Syrah / Shiraz Syrah is a natural cross between the very old varieties Mondeuse Blanche and Dureza. It probably comes from the Rhone Valley in France and is grown worldwide, mostly in France read
Ortega This crossing of Müller-Thurgau and Siegerrebe has been bred in 1948 by Hans Breider in Bavaria, who named it after the philosopher José Ortega y Gasset. read moreElbling Elbling, an
Spätburgunder In Germany, the Spätburgunder is to red wine what the Riesling is to white wine: the cream of the crop. In fact, Germany is the world's third largest producer of Pinot Noir. The
Among new varieties, the Dornfelder shows great promise. A prolific, relatively early ripener, it produces wine far deeper in colour than other German red wines. In fact, it was initially bred
Portugieser Portugieser is a very old variety that probably originates in the Danube Valley (not in Portugal). This fruitful, early-ripening grape yields mild, light, easy-to-enjoy
Trollinger - matures late and drunk young This very old red variety probably originates in, and is named after, Tirol, where it is known as Schiava (Italy) and Vernatsch (Austria).
Lemberger - spreads southern warmth Lemberger, also known as "Blauer Limberger" and "Blaufränkisch" grows in a warm climate and wind-protected areas, since bud-burst is early and it ripens
Domina - aroma and taste of fresh blackberries A promising, and relatively new, red wine grape, Domina is a crossing of Portugieser and Spätburgunder that was bred at the Institute for Vine
Cabernet Sauvignon was documented in France as far back as 1635. Approx. 250,000 ha of this grape are grown worldwide. In Germany, total plantings amount to 424 ha (2019), approx. half of which are