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Grape varieties

… most important red wine grape in Germany.White 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…


Soil & Sites

… 6 20 507 Nahe 1 7 312 Pfalz 2 25 330 Rheingau 1 11 120 Rheinhessen 3 24 442 Saale-Unstrut 2 4…


Specialitiy & Regional Wines

…   Liebfrau(en)milch: a mild (rather than dry or off-dry) Qualitätswein (QbA) from the Rheingau, Nahe, Rheinhessen or Pfalz regions, consisting at least 70% of the following white grape varieties:…


Wine growing regions

… Hunsrück and Eifel hills, and the valleys of its tributaries, the Saar and Ruwer rivers. read moreRheingauThe Rheingau is one of the most distinguished wine regions of the world. read moreBadenBaden is…



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… lies in a valley of gentle rolling hills. While vines are virtually a monoculture in the Rheingau or along the Mosel, they are but one of many crops that share the fertile soils of this region's…


Hessische Bergstrasse

… tend to be fragrant and rich, with more body and an acidity and finesse similar to those of the Rheingau.


Nigel Blundell

… including Dr Loosen, Mosel, 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,…


Famous vineyard sites

… region. read moreAssmannshausen’s ‘Hellishly’ Steep Site - Spätburgunder Par Excellence Although the Rheingau is best known for its Riesling wines, the Spätburgunder grape has also been cultivated here for…


Classic wines

… wines typical of their region, e.g. Silvaner Classic from Rheinhessen, Riesling Classic from the Rheingau or Spätburgunder Classic from Baden. Vineyard names have been deliberately omitted, leaving labels…