Britzingen, an Organic and Environmentally-Friendly Winery
Britzingen is located in a scenic valley between the Vosges Mountains and the Black Forest in Baden. From the vineyards of Britzingen, one can enjoy stunning glimpses of the Rhine Valley. The winery always uses organic and environmentally-friendly processes in their vineyards and cellars to protect the environment, nature, and maintain their wines’ quality.
Britzingen Winery uses organic and environmentally-friendly processes in their vineyards and cellars to protect the environment and maintain their wines’ quality.
Cultivated Varieties of the Winery
The winery combines its tradition and history with innovative techniques to produce high-quality wines. Their range of wines includes Gutedel to dessert wines, light Kabinett to Pinot Noir Muggardt, and other sparkling wines.
The soil in the vineyards is clay and limestone-based. The Black Forest ensures optimum temperature, and therefore the conditions are perfect for vine cultivation. They grow high-quality vines, including Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, and Chasselas. The best grapes are taken to the winery, where they undergo a cool fermentation to preserve their fruitiness and freshness. Aging takes place in small oak barrels that integrate the fruit and oak flavors desirably. This process gives a nice complexity and aroma to the wines. The winemakers regularly maintain optimum conditions for producing the best-quality wines.
Muggardt Wine, Tradition and Skill Combined
Muggardt wine is Britzingen Winery’s premium wine combining centuries-old traditions and winemaking skills. The wines have a particular taste and a cloudy appearance. Although it is quite expensive, it has all Pinot Noir wines’ unique features, and wine collectors everywhere love it.