Nestled among the appealing vineyards, the Georg Breuer is located in the wine-growing region of Rheingau in Germany. Each wine produced expresses the essence of the fertile terroirs and microclimatic conditions they are produced in.
Being a part of the wine merchant company, the estate was originally established in 1880. Later in the early 20th century, Georg Breuer was acquired by the Breuer family. With complete dedication and love for wines, the owner expanded the winery and made it renowned by exporting the bottled wines worldwide. Later, Georg’s sons, Bernhard and Heinrich, purchased more land and extended the grape farming in the finest wine-growing regions of Rüdesheim and Rauenthal.
Today, Bernhard’s daughter, Theresa owns the estate and manages its administration after her father’s death in 2004, along with production manager, Hermann, and winemaker, Markus. Under the guidance of Markus, the winery produces high-class red, white, and rose wines, together with sweet sparkling and dessert wines, all under the excellent labels. The winery also consists of a well-furnished tasting room where guests are wholeheartedly invited clubbed with a charming wine shop.
Theresa mainly focuses on two prime varieties of grapes. She grows top-class Riesling and Pinot Noir in the vineyards, stretched over an area of 34 hectares in total, out of which 27 hectares are in Rüdesheim and seven hectares in Rauenthal. Some other types of vines Theresa cultivates on the steep slopes of Rheingau include high-quality Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Orléans, and Heunisch.
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Riesling, Pinot Noir