Dr. Bürklin-Wolf

++49 6322 95 33 33 Dr. Bürklin-Wolf'sche Gutsverwaltung GmbH Weinstrasse 65 D-67157 Wachenheim

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If one observes today's discussions in Germany one could get the impression that good quality wines can mainly be obtained by well organized cellars and by means of modern technology. Unfortunately German winelaws promote the misconception that basically similar qualities can grow on each square meter of vineyard soil. Without any doubt the best possible technical conditions are required as well as hard work, experience and expertise of the winemaker. Vine grows almost everywhere, however, exceptional wines, grow in very few areas on earth. What makes the difference? The character of wine changes with the soil on which the vines grow. Soils that are well ventilated, easily warmed, not to humid and well-drained, soils that are often too barren for farming, provide the best conditions. The slate of the Mosel, the coarse-grained gravel soil of the Médoc, the limestone Grand Cru sites in Burgundy and the basalt soils of Forst prove this beyond doubt. The second important contribution to the quality of Read more »

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  • Dornfelder

    History of the grape: Dornfelder was created in 1955 by German oenologist August Herold at the Weinsberg wine institu...

  • Pinot Blanc

    History of the grape: Pinot Blanc was first grown in Burgundy and Champagne, France, and can be traced by some source...

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  • Riesling Ungeheuer G. C. Trocken Weingut Dr. Bürklin Wolf 2007

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  • Dr. Bürklin-Wolf Riesling 2001

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    Tasted March 2008: A splendid wine, fairly ripe but still with some spritz, liplicking acidity, very good concentration and a lot of finesse. A bit oily (as a good Pfalz-Riesling should be), but overall well-balanced. Drink before 2009. Read More

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