Germany is renowned for its high-quality wines, known for their precision, elegance, and distinctive characteristics. I currently represent 2 wineries from the regions below:
Rheinhessen: is the largest wine region in Germany, located west of the Rheingau. It has a diverse range of soils and a mild climate, allowing for the production of various grape varieties. Riesling is significant here, but Rheinhessen is also known for its Chardonnay, Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder), and Pino Gris (Grau Burgunder) wines. The region has been focusing on quality improvements in recent years, with Dreissigacker in the driving seat, resulting in some excellent wines.
Baden: Situated in the southwest corner of Germany, Baden is the country’s warmest wine region. It benefits from a sunny climate, diverse soils, and a long growing season. Baden is known for its exceptional Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) wines, which often display ripe red fruit flavors and silky tannins. Fritz Waßmer is a testament to this, but he also produces a range of other grape varieties, including Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Blanc (Weißer Burgunder), and Pinot Gris (Grauer Burgunder).