+49 (6135) 2341 Agnes und Fritz Hasselbach, GbR Carl-Gunderloch-Platz 1
Nackenheim, 55299
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Our great - great grandfather, Carl Gunderloch, a banker from Mainz, founded the Gunderloch estate in 1890. He bought excellent grand cru vineyard sites, NACKENHEIM ROTHENBERG, and became one of the pioneers of quality wine making on the Rhine River. Agnes and Fritz Hasselbach have been managing the 30 acres of vineyards in Nackenheim and Nierstein since 1979 and are the fifth generation owners.

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  • My wife and I are hosting a German dinner in about a month.  She has the easy part, coming up with the menu and delivering on her fine cooking.  Wienerschnitzel and Spatzle are the main course, with probable sides of grean beans and such.  My part is to come up with matching beverages.  The beer is easy.  I'll find something good in a small keg ... Read More

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  • Gunderloch Riesling Trocken 'Fritz' 2009


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  • Gunderloch Riesling Dry 2005


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  • Gunderloch Riesling Spätlese Nackenheim Rothenberg 2002


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  • Can anyone answer a question about movendo reistling wine. I opened it last saturday and then put lid on but did not refridgerate it. Is it still good Read More

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  • Gunderloch Riesling Nierstein Pettenthal 2004


    This is a very mineral driven wine. Interesting aromatics, but none of the expected riesling fruit or hints of sweetness. It's actually a bit bitter and stony. Not my favorite riesling experience. It's bone dry and not very balanced. Read More

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  • Gunderloch Riesling Fritz's Riesling 2008


    A wonderfully pure, traditional off-dry expression of the Reisling grape in the ... ... inexpensive, entry-level Gunderloch is based on grapes purchased from throughout the region and the result is marvelous and easy on the wallet! Pale straw in appearance and forward pear, peach, bitter apple, ginger and orange rind greet the nostrils. Suffic... Read More

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  • Gunderloch Riesling Kabinett Jean Baptiste 2008


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    Wine review by Tore Scheel

  • Gunderloch Riesling Kabinett Jean Baptiste 2008


    Compared to the monster wine of 2007, the 2008 Jean Baptiste is a more classic Kabinett with a touch of sweetness perfectly balanced by cracking acidity. At just 10,5%, it's a perfect allround Riesling for almost any occasion. Goes really well with curry dishes. Read More

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