Rieslingland

Is it possible to imagine history without legends, wine without myths and Germany without Riesling?

Riesling has been cultivated in Germany for more than 600 years. This is the most famous autochthonous grape variety, which had a considerable socio-cultural impact. Riesling is native in the truest sense of the word.

What does the “autochthonous variety” mean?

The word is of Greek origin (autós = self, chthón = soil) and describes the varieties that over the centuries were cultivated in the place of their origin and developed exactly those properties that are optimal for the terroir of a certain region and allow to create the most typical, distinctive wines bearing an imprint of history.

Riesling prefers cooler wine-making regions, it feels itself best of all in the vicinity of the 51 degrees of northern latitude where it manifests itself in full splendour and excellence of juicy greenery and amber-coloured heavy bunches of grapes. It’s exactly because of that and certainly not accidental that Riesling is one of the best known and popular German wines.

We invite you to taste the irreplicable Riesling which – like no other grape variety – transmits the unique soils and biological diversity of the wine country in the play of tastes and fine flavours, and this country is in the southern part of Baden-Baden (Baden-Badener Rebland), indulged by the sun and chosen by people…

Our premium wines born due to individual character of the terroir, our daily involvement in the process and exclusively manual grape-picking, are an excellent addition to the best moments of your life at any time of the year.