Organic wine Germany

Organic wine Germany

Organic wine Germany

The majority of German organic wines are characterized by slightly more residual sweetness and the famous play between acidity and sweetness, to which often mineral notes are added. If you do not want to rely on the term "dry" on the bottle label, you will find the analysis values in our wine descriptions.

Compared to our organic wine from Southern Europe, German organic wine often has the advantage of lower alcohol content and therefore meets the drinking habits of many German wine drinkers. If the climate actually warms by a few degrees, we will also produce wines with a natural alcohol content of 13 to 14% by volume of alcohol. Then it would be advisable to drink a sip of water during a meal or just while enjoying wine.


Organic wines from Baden

Organic wines from Baden

The Kaiserstuhl, a small volcanic highland is the most famous wine-growing region with the most sunshine hours in Germany

Organic wine & biodynamic wine Rheinhessen

Organic wine & biodynamic wine Rheinhessen

The wine region Rheinhessen lies in the triangle between Worms in the south to the north and Mainz Bingen-Bad Kreuznach in the West

Organic wine Rheingau

Organic wine Rheingau

Riesling wines from the Rheingau once founded the reputation of the grape variety. Top wines have been sold at extremely high prices in 1990