Weingut Trenz – Rheingau Winery Established in 1670
Weingut Trenz was initially established in 1670 and is located in the Johannisberg region of the Rheingau. The wine style, Spätlese, was first produced in the area in 1775. The winery has crafted fine German wines for 340 years with a commitment to hard work and the aim of creating fruity, fresh, and high-quality wines. The Rheingau has one of the most beautiful and fascinating natural landscapes in Europe, as the Rhine Valley is a World Heritage Site for its historical significance and dramatic landscapes.
Weingut Trenz has crafted fine German wines for 340 years with a commitment to hard work and the aim of creating fruity, fresh, and high-quality wines.
Vineyards and Varietals of the Winery
Their vineyards Johannesbirger Holle, Holle Parzelle, and Vogelsang, are located at Taunus Mountain. The region’s cool climate is perfect for vine cultivation. The Rhine River helps moderate temperatures throughout the varying seasons. As the soil and rainfall help in optimum quality and production of grapes, Weingut Trenz Winery grows Riesling, Weissburgunder, Sauvignon Blanc, and Pinot Noir. The winery produces high-quality red, white, rosé, sparkling, and dessert wines famous worldwide. Grapes are manually picked and transported to the winery for further processing. They use the most advanced techniques in their cellars and allow the wines to undergo slow fermentation to achieve a rich and unique flavor.
German Leaders Endorse the Winery
Since 2012, Weingut Trenz officially delivers wines to the German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at foreign visits. They also offer their Riesling wines in Lufthansa first-class flights and to the official events and receptions of the OCSE. In 2014, Weingut Trenz Winery was the German National Team’s official wine partner and served their wines at every home match.