Germany Wineries

Hedon Ice Wines
Hedon, owned by Feindert, makes quite a variety of ice wines. Amongst them are a rose, a reisling, and other varieties. Bottles are sealed with elastic wax by hand and provided with a vintage stamp.

Jordan and Jordan Winery
Fine Saar wine from a cool German climate. Placed at the heart of Wiltingen, center of the Saar wine region, their Estate was built in 1743

Weingut Heribert Kerpen
His family has been making wine since 1744. Most of the acreage used is in Wehlener Sonnenuhr (55%), then Graacher Himmelreich and Graacher Domprobst (35%) and finally Bernkasteler Bratenhfchen and Bernkasteler Johannisbrünnchen (10%).

Weingut Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt
Back in the 14th century, in 1377, Friedrich von Kesselstatt was appointed by the Elector of Trier Kuno of Falckenstein to administrate his wineries because of his great reputation in winemaking.

Weingut Frieherr zu Knyphausen
The Baron zu Knyphausen estate is one of the oldest Rheingau estates having been founded in 1141 by the Cistercian monks of the Abbey of Eberbach. In 1818 the estate had been bought by the ancestors of the present owner, Gerko Baron zu Knyphausen. It has remained in the family ever since.

Weingut Josef Leitz
The yields in the Rüdesheimer Berg Rottland vineyard are as low as they are in Grand Cru Burgundian sites at about 40hl per ha and in 1993; they only had 12 ha per ha in the Rüdesheimer Berg Schlossberg vineyard. Most of the wines we produce are very dry or dry.

Weingut Dr Loosen, Bernkastel
The Estate (Weingut) Dr. Loosen, Bernkastel at the river Mosel is made up of 29 acres. They have planted 98% Riesling, 2% Müller-Thurgau.

Old Wine Cellar Winery
Award-winning fruit and berry wines in the historic German village of Amana. Flavors include apricot, blackberry, blueberry, cherry, cranberry, and more.

Weingut S.A. Pruem
Documented for the first time in 1156 the Pruem family had and still has their vineyards holdings in several villages of the center of the middle Mosel: Bernkastel, Graach, Wehlen and Zeltingen.

Weingut Kruger Rumpf
The winery was founded in 1790 and the family has been living in the estate since 1830. Nearly all 16 hectares (41 acres) are planted with classical varieties like Riesling (ca. 60%), Silvaner, Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay.

Weingut Carl von Schubert
The Estate of Maximin Grünhaus dates back to the Roman era, when vines were already planted here in the first century A.D. The monopole site of Maximin Grünhaus is devided into the single vineyards: "Bruderberg", "Herrenberg" and "Abtsberg".

Weingut Selbach-Oster
Based in the Mosel region of Germany, this group plants 27 acres of 100% riesling grape.

Weingut Robert Weil
Begun in 1879, this winery has planted 97% Riesling, 3% Sptburgunder. It is located in Kiedrich, Mühlberg. Grapes have been grown by Weingut Robert Weil for four generations, although the estate still counts as one of the youngest in the Rheingau.

Friedrich Wilhelm Gymnasium
In 1961 the school's vineyard holdings and wine estate operations were transformed into a public foundation or "Stiftung" by the state of Rheinland-Pfalz.