Winzer von Erbach, Established in 1897 in the Rheingau
Winzer von Erbach was initially established in 1897 in the Rheingau region, and today has 42 vintners delivering grapes to their cellar. All these vintners are part owners of the winery and have a close relationship with the family. They have access to highly experienced and skilled knowledge and give the best advice to winemakers.
The main aim of Winzer von Erbach Winery is to make the best possible wines using the best techniques.
The winery cellar was built in 1903 in the “Art Nouveau” style and is one of Rheingau’s top winemakers, known for producing high-quality Riesling wines at modest prices. The Rheingau region in the Rhine Valley is one main hillside area on the river’s northern bank. The warm summers, mild winters, soil, and optimum rainfall make the region perfect for vines’ growth and cultivation. The wines have a spicy fragrance, rich taste, and ideal acidity that reflects the terroir’s features.
Historic Cellar and Winery Production
The historic wine cellar at Winzer von Erbach Winery produces almost 290,000 liters of wine every year. They have a temperature control system to aid with the proper fermentation of their wines. They use stainless steel tanks and wooden barrels for fermentation that provides the perfect taste and structure to their wines. The winery’s main aim is to make the best possible wines using the best techniques even if it costs more.
Varietals of the Region
The main varieties of grapes grown here are Riesling, Pinot Gris, Roter Riesling, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Blanc, and Spatburgunder. The best grapes are used to produce their world-class red, white, rosé, sparkling, and dessert wines.