Weingärtner Stromberg-Zabergäu, Winery Dating Back to the 1920s
Awarded as the No.1 winery in Germany for growing Lemberger (Blaufränkisch) grapes, Stromberg – Zabergäu Winery is located in the Württemberg region of Germany. Surrounded by the lush landscapes of Brackenheim and Bönnigheim, the vineyards produce certified organic grapes. Cultivated under ECOVIN criteria, their vines are of high-quality to deliver world-class vintage wines.
The winery was awarded as the No.1 winery in Germany for growing their Lemberger (Blaufränkisch) grapes.
Third-Largest Winery Cooperative in Germany
The history of Stromberg – Zabergäu dates back to the 1920s. Later, with the fusion of Weingärtner Brackenheim and Strombergkellerei, a strong wine cooperative was formed in 2012, becoming the third-largest group of winegrowers in Germany. At present, the team consists of 1050 skilled winemakers of Germany, producing award-winning wines. The wine cellars are as well renovated with modern machinery and technologies.
Main Grapes in the Grower’s Vineyards and Winery Wagon Tour
The members of Stromberg – Zabergäu Winery cultivates grapes on a land of approximately 750 hectares. They grow a broad range of grapes in the vineyards, including Lemberger, Riesling, Trollinger, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Blanc, and top-quality Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Kerner, Rivaner, and Dornfelder. They have introduced organic practices in 1993. They produce luscious red and white wine, in combination with a rich quality rosé and sparkling wines.
Stromberg – Zabergäu offers an exceptional facility tour – a look at the winery on a wagon. The wagon ride with Rothem Theo can accommodate approximately 24 people, and you can enjoy the magnificent sight-seeing with a glass of wine in hand. The company also has partnerships with local guest houses and hotels. So, if you are staying overnight, you can rent rooms at discounted rates.