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Home of the Riesling grape varietal, German soil has been producing wine since the second century BC when the Romans started cultivating grapes in the Mosel. German wine classification is based upon sugar levels in the grape must, defining the wine from dry (Kabinett) to varying levels of sweetness (Spätlese, Auslese, etc.). Many other white and red grape varietals are grown in Germany including Spätburgunder or what we call Pinot Noir.

Weingut Peter Jakob Kühn


For more than 230 years, the Kühn family has been growing vines here in the middle Rheingau. Knowledge of these special vineyard sites, with their soils of phylllite slate and Taunus quartzite, was handed down and has increased over 10 generations. They look back on this long tradition with the greatest respect. Since 2004, they have been cultivating their vines and vineyards according to the principles of biodynamic agriculture.

Weingut Thorston Krieger

 Rhodt unter Rietburg

Thorsten Krieger's family has been growing wine in the picturesque southern Palatinate, around the village of Rhodt unter Rietburg, since 1652. The winery has been in the family for just as long. Today, Thorsten Krieger runs the estate between tradition and modernity with a great deal of enthusiasm and a willingness to experiment. His constant aim: to create wines that leave you wanting more.



The Dönnhoff Family is proud to call Oberhausen an der Nahe home. Running from Niederhausen to Schloßböckelheim, the majestic landscapes of the Nahe Valley have held sway over us for more than 250 years. Helmut Dönnhoff‘s grandfather laid the cornerstone for the estate‘s success planting Riesling vines in prized vineyards, and by the 1920s was filling his wines into bottles and selling the finest of them by their individual vineyard names.



Alex Götze and Christoph Wolber met each other in Beaune, both on their own wine-pilgrimage. In 2016, after years of learning and working together for some of the most renowned domaines in the Côte d'Or, they produced their first wines in a small winery in Staufen. Their vineyards are scattered in Staufen, on the Oelberg in Ehrenstetten and on the Kirchberg in Ehrenkirchen. Another part of their grapes comes from winegrowers in the Kaiserstuhl and the Markgräflerland.

Wagner Stempel


The foundation for the Wagner estate was laid in 1845, with earlier generations shaping what was originally a classic mixed farming operation into a widely renowned wine estate. The Wagner family has been involved in wine production now for 9 generations, and since the early 90s Daniel Wagner has been responsible for the vineyards and the cellar. Since then, he has concentrated on the classical grape varieties such as Silvaner, Pinot Blanc and more especially Riesling, and converted to organic production methods.

Stefan Meyer

Rhodt unter Reitburg

Founded in 1954, Stefan Meyer’s family is as much a part of the terroir of Rhodt unter Reitburg as the clay and loam soils their vines are planted to. Stefan’s grandfather Karl Hermann Meyer started the estate with 4 hectares in 1954. Today, Stefan Meyer has16 hectares of vineyards, and is pursuing biodynamic approaches in the vineyards.

Weingut Spreitzer


With around 3,200 hectares of vineyards, the Rheingau is one of Germany's smaller winegrowing regions. However, it is rich in history and traditions, making it one of the most significant wine regions in the world. Today, the Spreitzer family cultivates about 24 hectares, with Riesling as their primary focus. Nearly 95% of their vineyards are dedicated to this versatile grape variety, while approximately 5% are planted with Pinot Noir, a typical ratio for the region. The Rheingau stands out globally for its high concentration of Riesling vines.

Weingut Reinhold Haart


The Haart family is the oldest wine-growing family in Piesport and among the oldest in the entire Moselle region. The Haarts were documented as vineyard owners in Piesport as early as 1337. Today, the family's deep connection to wine and tradition, along with their ownership of the best vineyards, remains crucial for producing exceptional wines. The winery, encompassing 8 hectares of vineyards exclusively on steep slopes, is dedicated to showcasing the best of the Mosel region: Riesling. Thanks to the deep slate soil, these wines are well-structured and long-lasting.

Weingut am Schlipf Schneider

Weil am Rhein

The foundation for the Schneider family's current winery was established in 1892 when Johannes Schneider purchased the estate below the Schlipf vineyards. Over time, the winery has expanded, now to four vineyards across 70 plots in two communities on the Tüllinger Berg, spanning nearly 15 hectares. Since 2017, Johannes and Christoph Schneider, have taken charge of the business as the sixth generation, eagerly continuing the family's long-standing winemaking tradition.

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