Natürlich weinreich!

 
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GRAPES. EARTH. ME

Wine isn’t science. Wine is passion. Wine is MY passion. I don’t follow the rulebook. I follow my gut. My feeling. My taste. Uncomplicated. Quaffable. Fun. That’s my wine. And that’s me, too. Grapes. Earth. Weather. Me. In the end my wines are a joint effort — nature and me: Natürlich Weinreich!

 
 

Pearls before Swine

 
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perlen vor die säue

SPARKLING. NATURAL. PÉT NAT.

An accident? Indeed. Oh, but what an amazing one at that!  And the most natural form of sparkling wine as well. Lively and refreshing. Made from skin-fermented Riesling and Silvaner. Bottled mid-fermentation (I like to think of it as: in flagrante). The result: sparkling, savory, naturally cloudy. Quaffable. Delicious. Mouth-watering by the glass. Even better by the bottle. Whether you're mowing the lawn or grilling in the backyard: This pét nat is the perfect call!

 

 
 

A Mix of Sun and Clouds

 
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heiter bis wolkig

FRESH. WET. COOL.

Summer. Winter. Rain. Snow. Whatever the season. Crack a bottle of this red and you’ll have sunshine in your pocket, not to mention your glass. When well chilled, this light Rheinhessen beauty will set your heart on fire. No coal from the Ruhr area here -- pure limestone of Rheinhessen. Expected accumulation: At least two liters per person!

 

 
 

TACHELES

 
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tacheles

HONEST. AUTHENTIC. RAW.

Fine tannic structure, pleasant astringency, light phenolics -- a Bacchanalian delight... People, numbers aren’t everything! Are you after analysis, or just plain fun?! You’ll find it here. 100 percent. No sugarcoating. Plenty of rough edges. Every vintage different. Every vintage good. Let's not beat around the bush: We drink Tacheles! 

 

 
 

Let Them Think Us Mad

 
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fette beute

SOARING. SPELLBINDING. SPECIAL

Freaks. Fanatics. Madmen. The monsters of the past. Reflections of the present. Aren’t things that were once 'a bit askew’ now completely normal? And things that were once normal, now quite simply askew?  Can an orange wine be Burgundian? Can a Chardonnay taste like apple juice? We don't care. We're the same as we ever were: different!