Wine from Germany
Wine cultivation and wine production in Germany are regulated by German and European wine laws. In the south-west Rheinland-Pfalz, wine is cultivated the most throughout Germany (2/3 of the cultivation area). Already the Celts and later the Romans were familiar with wine cultivation and the fermentation of alcoholic beverages.
Depending on the size of the vineyards, a distinction is made between wine-growing regions, wine-growing areas, large vineyards and individual vineyards. The leading grape varieties are Riesling, Müller-Thurgau (Rivaner), Pinot Noir and the early ripening Dornfelder.
According to the German Wine Law, the categories predicate wine, quality wine from certain regions, regional wine and (table) wine are distinguished.
On EXPERT24 you will find selected quality wines from Franz Hahn.
*regular prices = former selling prices