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Christmann Idig Riesling Grosses Gewachs X 2008

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There is nothing more valuable than the terroir where our vines grow. The basis of our work and our wines, is to cultivate and preserve our Estate for following generations. We take organic cultivation as a matter of course. The character of our terroir defined by climate, location and inclination together with the organic cultivation, determines the quality of our wines.

Region: Germany » Rhine » Idig

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Winery: A. Christmann
Color: White
Varietal: Riesling
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A. Christmann:
In 1845 Prof. Dr. Ludwig Häusser, professor of history at Heidelberg University and a member of the Vorparliament of the Pauluskirche together with his cousin Johann Martin, founded a small winery in Gimmeldingen as a hobby. During the next generation, wine-growing grew to become their main profession. In 1894 Eduard Christmann married Henriette Häusser, the granddaughter of the founder. Today,... Read more
In 1845 Prof. Dr. Ludwig Häusser, professor of history at Heidelberg University and a member of the Vorparliament of the Pauluskirche together with his cousin Johann Martin, founded a small winery in Gimmeldingen as a hobby. During the next generation, wine-growing grew to become their main profession. In 1894 Eduard Christmann married Henriette Häusser, the granddaughter of the founder. Today, the Estate bears the name of her son Arnold and is run in the 7th generation by Steffen Christmann . Even with the Estate's size today, the hobby aspect is still an important factor. Read less

There is nothing more valuable than the terroir where our vines grow. The basis of our work and our wines, is to cultivate and preserve our Estate for following generations. We take organic cultivation as a matter of course. The character of our terroir defined by climate, location and inclination together with the organic cultivation, determines the quality of our wines.

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