Refering to our region’s history we particularly grow Riesling.
Our range of dry Rieslings consists of four levels: we move from the Rheingau Rieslings which form the origin related base segment across the village Rieslings to our steep slope Riesling “Terra Montosa” and the Grand Crus that represent the very unique character of each site.
Besides our Rieslings we also attend to work on both lighter and more complexe Pinots, aged in small french wooden barrels. The lighter Burgundies round out our Rheingau Segment.
In addition, our portfolio is is being completed by various historical and sparkling wines and several collaborative projects.
We are part of the “Wine in Moderation”-program, an international project that campaigns for moderate consumption of wine.
Further informationen on the Rheingau region you find on www.wineinmoderation.eu.
Only the best Rieslings from the best barrels carry their site name on the label. The Grand Cru wines from the slopes of Rüdesheim (Berg Roseneck, Berg Rottland, Berg Schlossberg), Rauenthal Nonnenberg and Lorch Pfaffenwies stand out through their complexity and enormous aging potential. The individuality of each of our five single vineyard wines is characterised by their microclimate and also through geological diversity.
RÜDESHEIMBerg Roseneck 0,75l >> Wine profile Berg Roseneck 2015
Berg Rottland 0,75l/1,5l >> Wine profile Berg Rottland 2018
Berg Schlossberg 0,75l/1,5l/3l/6l >> Wine profile Berg Schlossberg 2018
RAUENTHALNonnenberg 0,75l/1,5l/3l/6l >> Wine profile Nonnenberg 2018
Since 1980 the labels of our grand cru Berg Schlossberg have been created by artists from all over the world.
The label of our 2019 Berg Schlossberg has been created by the artist Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann. It is the thirty-eighth artist label edited by GEORG BREUER.
The single sites Berg Roseneck, Berg Rottland, Berg Kaisersteinfels and Berg Schlossberg form the famous Rüdesheim Berg.
The local vine plantings belong to the oldest in Rüdesheim.
The wines of Berg Roseneck are strongly soil emphasized and of a long life span.
With their flavours of apricot the wines of Berg Rottland are maybe the most subtle of the Rüdesheim Berg. Here the first vineyards were planted in the year 1074.
It is indisputable that Berg Schlossberg is the top vineyard site of Rüdesheim.
The slaty and rich in quarzite soils produce a dry wine full of refinements with a bouquet of extensive flavours, particularly characterized by delicate notes of ripe peach and nuts.
The single site Nonnenberg belongs to our estate alone.
The southerly exposed site consists predominantly of deep phyllite soils with deposits of gravel.
The wines from Nonnenberg are powerful with delicate, partly exotic nuances of flavours.
The vineyard site Pfaffenwies was initially mentioned as ‘pafenwies’ (in the document from 1211) and later as ‘pfaffenwissen’ (1235). It was named after Pastor Dydo, also known as ‘Pfaffe’.
This steep site (with slopes up to 45 percent) is situated between 90 to 160 meters above the see level. The soil here is a combination of stony Hunrück slate and Taunus quartzite, with loess in the lower parts.
Riesling from this area is characterized by great elegance as well as pronounced acidity and minerality.
We offer the newest vintage en primeur sale (firstname.lastname@example.org) in autumn of the year following the harvest.
That means that we will offer the vintage 2020 in autumn 2021. Shipment will then follow in March 2022.
To achieve a stringent selection in the Grand Cru wines, we have been combining the second best sites from the top single vineyards to create our Terra Montosa, since the vintage 1990.
The name “Terra Montosa” comes from Latin “steep land” found in a certificate dated 1074, which records the original wine growing history of the vineyards in the Rüdesheim slopes.
„Terra Montosa“ 0,375l/0,75l/1,5l >> Wine profile Terra Montosa 2018
The village Rieslings represent through character and palate, the different attributes of the vineyard sites in Rüdesheim, Rauenthal and Lorch. Rüdesheim and Lorch bring strong minerality and stone fruit aromas from steep, slate and quartz soil. Rauenthal brings fine citrus aromas from clay and gravel, deep phyllite slate soil.
Around new year 2001/2002 deep drillings have taken place in various vineyard sites of Rüdesheim, in order to examine the soil for the planned train tunnel crossing the hills behind the town.
We took the chance and kept 4 drilling cores from the vineyard sites Bischofsberg/Hinterhaus, whose grapes are generally being used to produce our Village Wine the Rüdeheim Estate, after the examinations.
The artist Michael Wolf combined them into an installation which has been put up between Vinotheque and the entrance to Breuer’s Kellerwelt.
You can find the documentation of two of the drilling holes right here: Drilling hole 15 / hole 46
The base of our quality pyramid is formed by our Rheingau Wines.
Aiming to help the two Rieslings find their own character while they develop in steel tanks, the same ground rules apply for them as for our other wines. “Charm” (French: charming) is the half dry pendant to the dry “Sauvage” (French: wild, untamed).
The Pinot Gris and the Pinot Noir – called “Gris” and “Rouge” – ripen in large wooden barrel and show the light and fruity characteristics of their variety.
GB Gris 0,75l
*filled by Georg Breuer Weine GmbH
NOBLE SWEET RIESLING
There are some wine years in which noble rot (Botrytis cinera) settles in various grapes. This shrivels individual grapes producing concentrated sugar and aroma levels. Through stringent hand picking selection in the harvest, individual grapes are separated. The complete healthy, ripe grapes for the dry wines and the individual affected grapes sorted out for the noble rot wines.
Rheingau Auslese 0,375l/0,75l >> Wine profile Rheingau Riesling Auslese 2019
Berg Rottland Auslese Goldkapsel 0,375l
Berg Schlossberg Auslese Goldkapsel 0,375l >> Wine profile Berg Schlossberg Auslese GK 2011
Berg Schlossberg Beerenauslese 0,375l
Berg Roseneck Trockenbeerenauslese 0,375l
„Elysium“ Beerenauslese 0,375l/0,75l
The fruitier Rheingau Burgundies find their more complex equivalent in the barrel aged Pinot Noir “Spätburgunder” and “Spätburgunder B” (selection of the best barrels from our steep terraces) which reflect the variety’s intensity and strength.
The Pinot Gris complements our range of mineral Rieslings as ideal food partner.
Spätburgunder – Pinot Noir 0,75l >> Wine profile Spätburgunder – Pinot Noir 2015
Spätburgunder „B“ 0,75l >> Wine profile Spätburgunder „B“ – Pinot Noir 2013
Grauer Burgunder 0,75l >> Wine profile Grauer Burgunder 2017
Since the year 2000, we have been cultivating the almost forgotten grape variety Orlèans, vinified in small wooden barrels. Orlèans has been a part of the regions wine history for the last century and has called Rheingau home. Today we have planted Orlèans on the slopes of Berg Schlossberg.
Um nicht nur die Geschichte unserer Regionen, sondern auch die unserer heute wichtigsten Rebsorte abzubilden, haben wir im Sommer 2004 eine kleine Terrasse im Rüdesheimer Berg Rottland mit dem Weißen Heunisch bepflanzt. Die Sorte gilt als nachgewiesenes Elternteil des Riesling und bringt in unseren Weinbergen seit dem Jahrgang 2008 Jahr für Jahr einen kleinen Ertrag, den wir sortenrein vinifizieren und bei besonderen Weinverkostungen präsentieren.
With the same care in which we develop our wines, we also create sparkling wine from small sites of Riesling and Pinot varieties, using traditional bottle fermentation methods.
Our “Georg Breuer Brut” is a unique Cuvee. Since 1987 it has been produced from specifically grown vineyards of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. To round off the blend a small amount of Riesling is then added. This exceptional Sparkling wine is allowed to mature for minimum 3 years on fine lees, before it is disgorged in batches.
Riesling Brut 0,75l >> Wine profile Riesling Sekt 2014
Georg Breuer Brut 0,75l/1,5l >> Wine profile Georg Breuer Brut 2008
Riesling is a passion… and sharing this passion is the greatest fun! After a long collaboration and a strong exchange we have started a strong and sustainable cooperation with Weingut Bernhard Mehrlein from Oestrich-Winkel and our winemaker Markus Lundén. First Result: a Riesling Cuvée, standing for lightness, a fine sweet-acidity-match presenting the Rheingau in best shape. The modern label shows the river Rhine, who characterizes our region. Together we want to tease people and present an entrance in the world of Rheingau-Wines.
The Cuvée is being bottled by Weingut Bernhard Mehrlein.
Riesling Venture 0,75l
Since 2016 we are part of the grape exchange project “Wurzelwerk”: during harvest the estates Jurtschitsch, Kamptal in Lower Austria, Gunderloch, Rheinhessen, and Georg Breuer provide one another with grapes from one of their top sites and start exploring the terroir: how does a vineyard express itself in a foreign cellar? What gives the tone?
The wines from project “Wurzelwerk” can be purchased in our vinotheque as well as over the homepage of Wurzelwerk.
3×3 wines in the „Set of 9“, each 0,5l
Further information on the project “Wurzelwerk” can be found on www.wurzelwerk.org .
Well-aging wines have a tradition in the Rheingau.
Every year again we are trying our best to produce wines that boast this longevity. Our first continous efforts into that direction go back to the early eighties of last century.
But also the Rheingau itself has a history reaching way back and for many years we have been collecting aged wines from the Rheingau that we partly offer in our restaurant Breuer’s Rüdesheimer Schloss and also in rare wine tastings.
Furthermore in the mid-nineties of last century we started to replant a few vines of the historic and once legendary variety of Orleans in the Rüdesheim Berg Schlossberg.
Please contact us via phone (+49 (0) 6722 1027) or via E-mail ( email@example.com ) for further information on our rare wines.
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