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Classic wines

… sugar and acidity is but one of several components that contribute to the appealing style of Classic wines. It is a known fact that wines produced from riper grapes are fuller in flavor and body, i.e. that…


Classic grape varieties

… instantly come to mind. Yet numerous other traditional varieties are equally well-suited for Classic wines, not least those that have long been associated with a particular wine-growing region or district.…


Selection wines

…Selection winesConnoisseurs know that "Selection" signals the best of the vintage.....a carefully selected, top-quality exquisite example of German winemaking skill. Taste profile: dry.…


Sparkling Wine

… fermented, i.e. converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide. According to the wine law, this includes wines with up to 32 grams/liter of residual (leftover) sugar. The law also prescribes a ratio of residual…


Quality control testing

… The DLG and regional associations use the same testing procedure and "five-point system" to determine which wines merit seals, awards and prizes. These denote wines of superior quality and, in some cases, wine style.…



… touch to a blended wine. During the past twenty years, as the popularity of rather sweet, flowery wines has declined, the vineyard area covered by Morio-Muskat grapes has dropped by fifty percent.…



… 250 m, and recently he acquired parcels midway up the slope, near the Ajaxturm. He explains that wines grown in porphyry soils often have a flinty note on the nose. The predominantly acidic soil lends the…



… Neustadt/Diedesfeld. Especially Flammkuchen (tarte flambée) and other fine foods. Regional wines from Diedesfeld and from all over the Pfalz. Five holiday apartments. Vinothek closed on Sundays and…


Elisabethenberg and Olgaberg

… night, thereby creating a microclimate in which grapes can thrive, even in this northerly location. The wines produced from the grapes grown on the slopes of Twiel were originally known as “Twieler” wines. Much…



… lasts 150 to 250 days, whereas 18 to 30 days is considered the norm. In all, his goal is to produce wines that reflect the taste of the soil as well as vintage conditions. From a modest start with 2.5 ha,…