BEST WISHES FOR A NICE CHRISTMAS SEASON!

Until December 23rd our vinotheque will be open regularly from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Between Christmas and New Years Eve we may open the vinotheque on request – please call + 49 (0) 177 5924163 for any appointments. And from January 2nd, 2018 we will be back for you at our usual times!

  • OUR FIRST VINTAGE OF PROJECT “WURZELWERK” AVAILABLE

    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 first vintage of the project “Wurzelwerk” that was developed in team with Georg Breuer is now available and can be purchased in our vinotheque as well as over the homepage of Wurzelwerk.

    Further information on the project “Wurzelwerk” can be found on www.wurzelwerk.org .

  • RELEASE 2015 BERG SCHLOSSBERG – ARTIST LABEL BY MIKHAIL SMIRNOV

    We are very delighted to announce that the artist Mikhail Smirnov signs responsible for the label of our 2015 Berg Schlossberg.
    Smirnov was born in St. Petersburg in 1951 and educated at the city’s academy of arts. His work can be found in various private collections all over Europe.

    Mikhail Smirnov uses the techniques of oil painting, aquarelle and mixed graphics. In his paintings – that can be assigned predominantly to the species of genre and portrait painting – he deals with mythological and philosophical subjects and deliberates on psychological and convictional matters of mankind.

    For our 2015 Berg Schlossberg Smirnov created the painting “Flights in sleep” that reflects the force fields of gravitation and imagination: using the vineyards of Rüdesheim as lyrical backdrop the painting shows a sleeping figure that floats between heaven and earth, bedded in day-to-day ponderous earthiness and elevated by somnambulistic ease. Appearing mystic and excessive the scenario links law of nature and prolific soil, immense strength of imagination and drowsy creative urges … and the human being, interwoven into it all.

    Ratings: Gault Millau Wein Guide Deutschland 2017: 95 points (first in the category „Riesling below 12 percent“); Eichelmann 2017 – Deutschlands Weine: 93 points; Falstaff WeinGuide 2017: 95 points; Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung: „Favorite of the Year“ in the category White Wine

    JAMESSUCKLING.COM: THE TOP 25 DRY GERMAN RIESLINGS OF 2016

    “… One of the producers who would have been on that list of great wines a generation ago is on this list today. I rated the 1990 Berg Schlossberg Riesling from the Georg Breuer estate in Rüdesheim/Rheingau 90-91 points when I first tasted it from cask back in the late spring of 1991. It was made by Bernhard Breuer who died in 2004. The 2015 of the same wine was made by his daughter Theresa and scores a 97 on today’s hit list. …”

    1. DÖNNHOFF Riesling Nahe Hermannshöhe Niederhausen GG 2015
    2. DR. LOOSEN Riesling Mosel Erdener Prälat “GG Reserve” 2012
    3. GEORG BREUER Rheingau Riesling Berg Schlossberg 2015

    Read more on www.jamessuckling.com.