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Weingut Geheimer Rat Dr. von Bassermann-Jordan

Weingut Geheimer Rat

Weingut Geheimer Rat Dr. von Bassermann- Jordan is a wine estate with a long tradition. Andreas Jordan (1775-1848) established the winery which was bought over by the entrepreneur Achim Niederberger in 2002. Since then the popular winemaker has spared no effort to satisfy wine connoisseurs with its terrific wine compositions that always ensuring a fine Riesling aroma with a delicate elegance. For their Sekt the best Riesling wines are used. As a matter of course the method of champagne is applied and for at least 12 month the Sekt mature in the bottle.

Weingut Reichsrat von Buhl

Weingut Reichsrat von Buhl was founded in 1894, and it is one of the most traditional and prestigious wineries in Germany over the last 150 years.

In its history, von Buhl has received numerous international awards for its wines, at world exhibitions and international conferences, such as the gold medal Paris in 1867, the great Medal of Philadelphia 1876, Grand Prix Paris 1900, the Grand Prix St. Louis 1904 and the Grand Prix Brussels 1910. The bottle fermented “champagne” of the winery is considered to be in the premium segment of the sparkling wines and are among the market leaders in Germany.

Weingut A. Christmann

This German wine estate with its well-established heritage, belongs to the best wine makers of the Pfalz, a famous wine region. It was founded in 1845 by Johann and Professor Dr. Ludwig Haeusser.

Marrying a Christmann resulted in him embracing the name of the “Weingut” at the beginning of the 20th century.

The current owner, Steffen Christmann took over the estate in 1994 and manages it very successfully. He is also now the chairman of the Union of the “Prädikatsweingüter” (VDP). Some years ago he started cultivating his vineyards bio-dynamically, which means not using pesticides and herbicides. 70% of the estate’s grapes are Rieslings and they matured in their impressive arched wine cellar built in 1575. Once again in 2007, his excellent dry Rieslings were ranked in the list of Top of German wines.

Weingut Pflueger

Wine estate Pflueger is one of the best ecological winemakers of Germany and is of course certified according to the rules of “eco vin”. Having all their vineyards spread around Bad Duerkheim in Rheinland-Pfalz, the wine producer adores the Riesling grape.

No other grape is so sensitive and needs such intensive care. The grape harvest is
always done manually by the Pflueger family, which guarantees that only best matured grapes are selected.

All Pflueger champagnes are prepared in the classic bottle fermentation method, maturing gently for at least 9 months. Pflueger’s German champagne is an attitude of life. The different nuances of taste make their unique champagnes so delicious. 2007 was a very special vintage harvest resulting in wines with a distinct, fruity character and fine elegance.

Bergsträsser WINZER eG

The Bergsträsser WINZER eG, founded in 1904, had again a very satisfying harvest his year. In general, growing wine along the “mountain street” of the ancient Romans has a long tradition.

Known as “Germany’s Spring Garden”, as the vines grow well in the warm and sheltered south and west slopes of the Odenwald, the mountain is one of the warmest regions in Germany. The mild climate, the ideal soil, as well as steep slopes provide the best conditions for terrific quality wine production.

Weinhaus Henninger


Weinhaus Henning started in 1824 with the opening of a restaurant. Together with its own wine estate it became well known throughout the region. We are proud to present this year, his popular champagne “Jaegersekt” – a Riesling Extra dry. Almost always sold out due to high demand, we hope to be able to offer a broader selection of his very exclusive

Weingut am Stein

Weingut Am Stein

The vineyards of the Estate of Stein is embedded in one of the most famous vineyards
of Germany -the Würzburger Stein. The poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1782 - 1832) wrote in one of his letters “… send me some Würzburger (wines from the vineyard Würzburger Stein) because I do not like another wine and I am displeasured over not getting my favorite wine.”

The winery from Stein is located at the foot of a hilly vineyard. It is currently managed by the 5thGeneration of the family - Sandra and Ludwig Knoll.


Ludwig took over the vineyards from his father in 1990 and has given it, together with
his wife, a modern and stylish image, based on quality in combination with ecological aspects and passion. Their wines excite a lot of wine lovers all over Germany and have been embraced by an increasingly growing circle of wine experts worldwide.