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30.01.2019

Sekt-EN.pdf

… Winzersekt (‘Vintners Sekt’) brings terroir to the tongue, presenting an estate‘s distinct blend of soil, climate and use of traditional regional varieties. Each bubbly sip infuses the senses with the taste…

21.01.2019

Viticulture & Winemaking

Soil & Sites Soil types: The soil nourishes the roots, and thus, the vines, with water and nutrients. Furthermore, the soil influences heat conservation and with it, the development of the vine and the ripening of the…

21.01.2019

White Grapes

… This ancient variety, which is known as Pinot Blanc in France, grows in fertile or chalky soil and ripens quite late. read moreScheurebe Scheurebe is a crossing of Riesling and the…

21.01.2019

Spätburgunder

… for the grape is Spätburgunder - late (spät) ripening pinot (burgunder). Sensitive to climate and soil, it needs warmth (but not intense heat) to thrive and does well in chalky soils. As the name implies, it…

21.01.2019

Lemberger

… sites, this Württemberg specialty yields wines with excellent quality. It does well in various soil types, especially fertile, deep, loess-loam soils. During the past decades there has been a steady…

21.01.2019

Domina

… Like the Portugieser, it is a fairly fruitful variety and does not require a particular type of soil or site. Although they rarely show the finesse of Spätburgunder, Domina wines are pleasant,…

21.01.2019

Cabernet Sauvignon

… bell pepper. A special characteristic of the variety is that under the most diverse climate and soil conditions the aroma and taste of the wine remain so unmistakably Cabernet. When paired with food,…

21.01.2019

Riesling

…ling Of all the grapes of Germany, the most noble is the Riesling — a variety that can do well even in stony soil and can subsist on a minimum of moisture. It is also frost-resistant and a very dependable bearer of…

21.01.2019

Müller-Thurgau

… less sun and makes few demands of the climate, it does need more rain than Riesling, as well as soil with good drainage. Its wines are generally light, with a flowery bouquet and less acidity than…

21.01.2019

Silvaner

… only 5% of the country's plantings. It likes average exposure to sunshine and needs moist soil. Additionally, it ripens about two weeks earlier than Riesling. Silvaner yields a rather…