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Eisaku Kurokawa

… launched the first German wine contest with the support of winegrowers from the Mosel and Rheinland-Pfalz, at which wine connoisseurs could demonstrate their knowledge of German wine. After its successful…


Nigel Blundell

… and in subsequent years, Gunderloch, Rheinhessen; Donnhoff, Nahe; Leitz, Rheingau; J. L. Wolf, Pfalz; Furst, Franconia; Karl H Johner, Baden and three years ago Jean Stodden, Ahr.Nigel sold Siegel Wine…


Grape varieties

… Grapes Riesling is the premier grape variety in the Rheingau and Mosel region as well as in the Pfalz, Rheinhessen, Mittelrhein, Hessische Bergstraße and the Nahe. Riesling is also important in…


Red Grapes

… and Spätburgunder that was bred at the Institute for Vine Breeding in Siebeldingen in the Pfalz. read moreRed Grapes


White Grapes

… poet, Justinius Kerner, it is a crossing of Trollinger and Riesling. read moreBacchus Bred in the Pfalz and named after the Latin term for Dionysos, "the Greek God of Wine", Bacchus is a crossing…



… after Spätburgunder (11,767 ha in 2017), among red wine grapes grown in Germany. In the Pfalz and Rheinhessen most of Germany's Dornfelder grapes are cultivated.



… is vinified as Weißherbst (rosé), yet even the red wines are fairly pale in colour. While in the Pfalz most of Germany's Portugieser vines are cultivated, there is a considerable amount of this…



… Portugieser and Spätburgunder that was bred at the Institute for Vine Breeding in Siebeldingen in the Pfalz. Like the Portugieser, it is a fairly fruitful variety and does not require a particular type of…


Cabernet Sauvignon

… grown worldwide. In Germany, total plantings amount to over 359 ha, approx. half of which are in the Pfalz, with a further 106 ha in Rheinhessen. Cabernet Sauvignon belongs to the category of very…



… where it is known as a traditional variety. Morever, it is also planted in the Nahe, the Pfalz and the hessische Bergstraße.