Wines sorted by wine region
Here you will find all the wines of our wine shop clearly arranged according to region of origin. So you can quickly find your favourite wine in our wine shop.
RheinhessenRheinhessen ist das größte deutsche Weinbaugebiet. Diese bedeutende Weinregion liegt links des Rheins in einem Dreieck zwischen Bingen im Westen, Mainz im Osten und Worms im Süden.
Auf seinen ca. 26.800 ha Rebfläche werden insbesondere die Weinklassiker wie Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Silvaner, Weißburgunder und Grauburgunder, Dornfelder aber auch Bacchus und Scheurebe angebaut. Davon sind 72% der rebfläche mit Weisswein bestockt und 28% mit Rotweinsorten. Der Riesling nimmt dabei mit 18% Anteil den größten Stellenwert vor dem Müller-Thurgau mit 15% und dem Dornfelder mit 13% ein.
Rheinhessen zählt Stand 2019 genau 2.394 Weinbaubetriebe die sich auf 133 Gemeinden von insgeasamt 136 verteilen. Diese Zahlen verdeutlichen den hohen Stellenwert des Weinbaus in dieser ganz besonderen Weingegion in Deutschland in der seit gut 2000 Jahren Wein angebut wird.
FranconiaFrankenweine - The beautiful German wine-growing region of Franconia stretches along both sides of the idyllic banks of the Main. The Franconian wine-growing region is known for its characterful, spicy-fresh, mostly dry wines. Wines from Franconia are made especially from the grapes of Silvaner, Müller-Thurgau, Riesling, Scheurebe, Domina or Pinot Noir.
The white wines and red wines go very well with Franconian cuisine with its often hearty dishes. But also Solo is a Franconian wine, as you will always find here in our wine shop a great pleasure. All wines were tasted and selected personally on site at the winery. This gives you the certainty of always having a very special Franconian wine in your glass.
In recent years, numerous first-class wineries have distinguished themselves from the multitude of Franconian wine producers and convince with world-class wines.
ThermenregionThe Thermenregion lies south of Vienna and its vineyards nestle against the hilly landscape of the Vienna Woods.
The Thermenregion wine-growing region begins in the north with its vineyards around Perchtoldsdorf and stretches southwards along the wine-growing villages of Mödling, Guntramsdorf, Gumpoldskirchen, Traiskirchen, Pfaffstätten, Baden, Sooß, Bad Vöslau to Neunkirchen south of Wiener Neustadt.
The cultivated area under vines in 2020 is 2181 hectares. The most important grape varieties of the wine region include Zierfandler, Rotgipfler, St. Laurent and Pinot Noir as well as Blauer Zweigelt, but Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are also gaining ground.
WachauA Wachau wine is something very special. It is not for nothing that the Wachau is the most renowned and best-known wine-growing region in Austria. Numerous well-known winegrowers have their roots here in the Danube region between Spitz and Krems and are famous worldwide for their top Wachau wines. A wine from the Wachau in Lower Austria is always a special treat for us. Especially the Wachauer Grüner Veltliner, Rieslings and Chardonnays are world-class Wachau wines. One of the most beautiful wine villages in the Wachau, besides Dürrnstein, is the small romantic wine village Weißenkirchen. The picturesque wine village with its numerous Heurigen invites you to stay for a while and enjoy a glass of Gls wine.
SaxonyWine from Saxony is something very special. Due to the small area under cultivation, Saxon wine is a real rarity and therefore almost always sold out quickly. Especially the wine from Saxony from renowned winegrowers like Karl Friedrich Aust from Radebeul near Meissen are very popular.
South TyrolOne of the most scenically beautiful wine-growing areas is probably South Tyrol in the north of the wine country Italy. The South Tyrol wine region stretches in the Eisack valley from Brixen via Klausen to Bozen to the southern wine village of Tramin and along the Adige river from Naturno in the Vinschgau Valley via Meran, Andrian, Terlan and then further west from Appiano to Lake Caldaro.
Among the most famous wines of South Tyrol are the autochthonous grape varieties Lagrein with 8.8% of the total area under vine and Vernatsch with 12.6%. But also the grape varieties Pino Grigio (11.9%), Gewürztraminer (10.8%), Pinot Bianco (10.2%), Chardonnay (10.2%), Pinot Noir (8.6%) and Sauvignon Blanc (7.8%) play an important role among South Tyrolean winegrowers.