Keyword: Georg Breuer
The estate in the municipality of RÃ¼desheim in the German region Rheingau Founded in 1880 by Bernhard Scholl and Albert Hillebrand as part of a wine shop. Beginning of the 20th Century it was taken over by Peter Breuer and his son George expanded. Then took the third generation of the brothers Bernhard and Heinrich Breuer, the lead. Together with Bernd Philippi (owner of the winery Koehler-Ruprecht in the Pfalz) and Werner NÃ¤kel (owner of the winery Meyer NÃ¤kel at the river) was founded in 2000 in the Portuguese Douro Valley, the winery Quinta da Carvalhosa. As early as 1997 was also shared with Bernd Philippi, and the South African Stephan du Toit, the winery Mont du Toit emerged.Informationen zu "Georg Breuer" im Wein-Plus Weinführer
The surprisingly late in 2004, Bernhard Breuer was one of the most innovative German winemakers, who sought with particular meticulousness to the development of a dry Riesling. In 1984 he founded the Association Riesling Rheingau charter , which then rose in 1999 VDP Rheingau. Today the estate of Henry and his niece, Theresa Breuer Breuer is managed, supported by long-time winemaker Hermann Schmoranz. The vineyard area totals 32 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Nonnenberg (Wholly owned) and Rothenberg in the community Rauenthal and Berg Roseneck , Mountain Rottland and Berg Schlossberg in the town of Rudesheim. It clearly dominates the Riesling with some 26 hectares of vines, the other varieties are Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. When the two are extremely rare almost extinct varieties of historical importance Heunisch and OrlÃ©ans (grape) cultivated. From OrlÃ©ans to be produced annually since 2002 (except 2006) 200 to 300 bottles, the first year or maiden wine for the 2005 planted Heunisch was that of 2008.
It is close to nature with wine, for example, seasonal Greening practiced. The high quality is achieved with extremely low yields (25 to 45 hl / ha) and stringent selection of the grapes. Only the very best wines of the house are sold with a vineyard designation. The second tier is called "Terra Montosa", then follow the "local Rieslings" (Estates) and the "Gutsrieslinge" (in the expansion modes "Sauvage" = dry and "Charm" = semi-dry). A specialty wines in small quantities of Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir from old vines in particular. These are bottled since the 1999 vintage with the additional designation "B" (mountain terraces). Furthermore, even sweet wines are produced from selected grapes, Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese, the berries are sorted manually using a complex method of its decay degree. There are also spirits (grape skins, lees and brandy), and produces flaschenvergorene sect. The winery is a member of the Association of German oak forum . Connected the restaurant / hotel "Breuer's Trapp" is.