Grape Varieties

We process the following grape varieties at our winery.


Riesling is considered one of the world’s best, most significant white-wine grapes. Riesling is outstanding at expressing the character of the location where it is grown.

Pinot Blanc

This white grape has been used since the 14th century and is cultivated almost exclusively in Germany and Alsace.


Chardonnay, like Riesling, is considered a very high-quality white-wine grape. Its wine is mainly distinguished by its full body.


Muscat is one of the oldest cultivated grape varieties, so there are many different variations. The grapes come in a wide variety of colors, from pale green to yellow-gold, pink to black.


Gewürztraminer is a white-wine variety with reddish grapes. The low-acid Gewürztraminer is distinguished by its intense rose and spice flavors. Like Muscat, Gewürztraminer is one of the world’s oldest grape varieties.


Scheurebe is a white-wine grape, one of Germany’s most successful new grape breeds. It is a cross between Riesling and Silvaner, and was cultivated at the Kallstadter Annaberg winery, among others, right from the start. Scheurebe wines are often aged to create sweet or dessert wines.

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a significant, very high-quality red-wine grape. This highly prized grape is so popular that it is now described as a noble vine in the world of wine varietals.

Pinot Gris

Pinot Gris is a white-wine grape, although the skin of the grapes is red or reddish. Pinot Gris is a Pinot Noir mutation and belongs to the diverse family of Pinots. Pinot Gris produces low-acid white wines that are also full-bodied and rich in extracts.