The dream of own wine

We have a proud 80 vines at Winery Allendorf in the Rheingau by cultivation contract. Ulrich Allendorf and his team have been growing fine Riesling for us in the Jesuitengarten since 2015. Since then, we have been able to enjoy several good vintages.

The actions of the past years and current contributions can be found in our magazine .

Weingut Allendorf

As a Frankfurt agency, it was obvious to look around the Rheingau when choosing our line. In the end, it was the mixture of a fantastic site with first-class Riesling and the good chemistry between us and Uli Allendorf that tipped the scales.

Great location

The Jesuitengarten, located directly on the Winkel bank of the Rhine, is completely exposed to the south/southwest and is slightly sloping, creating a microclimate characterized by extremes: early budding, early flowering and high maturity. The dry Rieslings from the Jesuitengarten always show fine aromas despite their maturity. The origin of the name dates back to 1606, when the Archbishop of Mainz gave the chapel of St. Bartholomew and its vineyards to the Jesuit College in Mainz, which owned the vineyards until 1773. The predominant floodplain soils of the former Rhine bank, consisting of sandy loam with gravel and sand deposits, warm up particularly easily.

Great growth

VDP.GROSSE LAGE distinguishes the highest quality German vineyards. The sites are delineated by parcel. Here ripen the best wines with expressive site character and special ripening potential. They are planted with grape varieties that are closely defined regionally and are appropriate to each vineyard. Wines from these sites are given a particularly long time to mature and are not marketed until September 1 of the year following the harvest, red wines another year later. Dry wines from VDP.GROSSER LAGE are called: VDP.GROSSES GEWÄCHS®. The fruit-sweet wines are designated with the predicates Kabinett, Spätlese, Auslese as well as Beerenauslese, Trockenbeerenauslese and Eiswein.

As a VDP member, Allendorf implements the VDP.KLASSIFIKATION. This private law statute defines the quality of a wine according to the “terroir”- the origin combined with the quality. The site is the focus of the work: to preserve its character and to produce typical, elegant and ripe Rheingau wines, that is the maxim of the family.

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