German Champagne

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German champagne

German champagne is prepared in the method of ‘bottle fermentation’ similar to the traditional method of French Champagne and matured for at least 9 to 12 months.

Usually it is a Cuvée (a mixture of grapes from different vineyards) that consists of selected fruits. The most famous grapes that are typical to Germany are Riesling, Grauburgunder or Silvaner, which we introduce in our first selection for the Asian market as it is exactly what makes German champagne versatile in taste and simply unique.

We recommend drinking German champagne at a temperature of 8°C.

2006 Grauburgunder Brut

2006 Grauburgunder Brut

A vintage champagne following the tradition of bottle fermentation. Grauburgunder Brut is an exceptional fruity wine with a fine sparkling mousseux (frothy bubbly). Its golden yellow color and subtle nutty and spicy flavors dominate this extraordinary German champagne. Its mousseux is kind of delicate, but has at the same time an ample body which ends creamy toffee. It is superb in its finesse and elegance.


2006 Grauburgunder Brut

2006 Silvaner Brut

A great specialty of modern culture in German champagne preparation. It is traditionally fermented in the bottle and rotated by hand. In taste, it is clearly influenced by the Franconian limestone and yet has a fine apricot aroma which combines sensuality, pleasure, and freshness.

Pierre brut

Pierre Brut (Limited Edition)

Bassermann-Jordan´s 2007 Pierre brut is an absolute highly sophisticated German champagne. It got its name from the founder of the wine estate and describes the cream of the culture of German champagne. In 2007, there were only 7800 bottles available and usually exclusively for e.g. German Government or German companies like Deutsche Bank. The Pierre is a cuvee made from different burgundy wines and chardonnay, prepared according to the classical method of champagne preparation. The mousseux is like a dream and the red berry flavour is irresistible.

Sensory Analysis: Alcohol (12 %vol), liquor (13.3 g/l), acidity (6.3 g/l)
Press voices… Pierre Sekt Brut, “Excellent” German champagne (91 Points).
Gault Millau 2009

2006 Grauburgunder Brut

Riesling Sekt Extra Brut 2007

The Riesling Sekt of Basserman-Jordan is a delicious delight due to its very dry but enthralling flavour. It has a clear mineral character, perfect for those who want to enjoy an extra dry Sekt.The cellar master did a fantastic job by creating this German champagne of light yellow color and nice vanilla flavor. A real sparkling pleasure!

Sensory Analysis: Alcohol (13 %vol), liquor (5.1 g/l), acidity (k.A g/l)

Cuvee Charmant Brut 2007

Cuvee Charmant Brut 2007

A cuvee of Burgundy wines (white Burgundy and Auxerrois) with a very elegant and extra dry character. The bouquet with fruity nuances of juicy pears and Cassis combined with the nutty aroma of the two burgundy grapes, represents the character of this champagne. The mousseux is tangy but elegant, inspiring to enjoy more!

Sensory Analysis: Alcohol (12 %vol), liquor (10.5 g/l), acidity (6.1 g/l)

Cuvee Rosé 2007

Cuvee Rosé 2007

A Rosé is always something special. Seeing the wonderful colour alone is unique. Cuvee Rosé is a dry, fine fruity Sekt, with the flavour of ripe raspberries and sweet cherries.

Sensory Analysis: Alcohol (12 %vol), liquor (20.4 g/l), acidity (7.5 g/l)

Press voices… Gold medal of Mundus Vini for Pfluegers Spielberg Riesling Kabinet dry and finalist of the International Riesling Grand Prix 2008

Riesling Brut 2007

Riesling Brut 2007

2007 Riesling Brut is produced by the typical fermentation that takes place inside the bottle maturing for at least 12 months. All done manually and very delicately, Christmann creates a delicious and elegant champagne with a fine frothiness. It is an exquisite aperitif, elegant and lively. A wonderful pleasure!

Sensory Analysis: Alcohol (13 %vol), liquor (5 g/l), acidity (8.4 g/l)

Press voices… “…in the nineties the estate experienced a quality explosion, which made it one of the three top producers of the region.” (GaultMillau, WineGuide)

"His Riesling and Pinot Noirs are now regularly among the Pfalz's finest, especially from their “Grosses Gewächs” sites of Reiterpfad, Mandelgarten and Idig". (Stephen Brook, Decanter)

"Almost without exception, the "Grosse Gewächse" from the Pfalz deserve this name here a new category of great wines has clearly emerged. Strict selection creates wine styles with striking expressiveness whilst at the same time encouraging producers to maximize quality."
(Gault Millau, Wine Guide 2003)

2006 Grauburgunder Brut


Henninger Wine Estate’s Riesling Sekt extra dry 2006 named Jaegersekt is sparkling dry and truly bewitching… for sure one of the best German champagnes in its category.