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Müller-Thurgau

Müller-Thurgau / Rivaner The Müller-Thurgau, also commonly known as Rivaner, is the second most planted grape in Germany and accounts for 12% of the total vineyard area. It is named

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Grauburgunder

Grauburgunder Altough the skin of the Grauburgunder grape is coloured reddish-grey, it is classified as a white wine variety. It is also commonly known as Pinot Gris in France and Pinot

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Bacchus

Bacchus Bred in the Pfalz and named after the Latin term for Dionysos, "the Greek God of Wine", Bacchus is a crossing of (Silvaner x Riesling) x Müller-Thurgau. If this grape ripens

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Gutedel

Gutedel Known as Chasselas in France and Fendant in Switzerland, this ancient white variety is both a popular table grape and a wine grape. It ripens fairly early and makes a rather neutral

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Gewürztraminer

Gewürztraminer Gewürztraminer is classified as a white variety but the skin of the grapes is yellow-reddish, which is why it is also commonly known as "roter" or "gelber" Traminer. From the

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Ebling

Elbling Elbling, which is an ancient white variety (origin unknown), is an early-ripening and very fruitful grape that makes light, piquant wines that often are used for sparkling wine because

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Work in the Wineyard & Cellar

[Translate to English:] Ahrwein e.V.[Translate to English:] Hauptstraße 8053474 Bad Neuahr-AhrweilerTel.: 02 641 / 91 71 0 Fax: 02 641 / 91 71 51www.ahrwein.de info@ahrwein.de Weitere

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Climate & Weather

The longer ripening period for grapes north of the Alps yields fresher, fruitier wines. Germany is among the most northerly wine-growing countries of the world. It is primarily the warm Gulf

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Soil & Sites

[Translate to English:] Ahrwein e.V.[Translate to English:] Hauptstraße 8053474 Bad Neuahr-AhrweilerTel.: 02 641 / 91 71 0 Fax: 02 641 / 91 71 51www.ahrwein.de info@ahrwein.de Weitere

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History

History Today's grape varieties evolved during a centuries-long process of selection. The wild vines that tasted best and seemed best-suited for winemaking were cultivated and ulimately developed