We have expertly selected these wines from Pfalz for you to dive deeper into this beautiful region and learn about the signature flavours that distinguish it. You will noticed that all 3 of these wines have been awarded the ‘GG’  ("Grosses Gewächs") classification by the VDP (Verband Deutscher Prädikatsweingüter) association, which unites the 200 best producers in the country. 

The ‘GG’ mark represents the excellence of the terroir and craftsmanship of only the best of the best in Germany.

2018 Dr. Bürklin-Wolf, Forste, Kirchenstuck GG Riesling Trocken

This signature dry Riesling from Dr. Bürklin-Wolf is a masterpiece of German winemaking. Hand-harvested, biodynamically grown grapes sourced from the finest 0,4 hectares at the foot of the Haardt Mountains in Forster.The terroir is a unique combination of basalt rock, dense layers of clay and sand ensuring optimal water management and mineral absorption. The ‘Kirchenstuck’ (which translates from german to ‘church-land’) is fermented for up to 18 months resulting in a dry Riesling that boasts an elegant character with a long, lingering finish.

Tasting Notes
This Riesling shows aromas of ripe stone fruit, citrus, and mineral notes, with a palate of concentrated fruit flavours, bright acidity, and a long, mineral-driven finish. It is a wine that can be enjoyed now or aged for the next 25-30 years.



2018 A. Christmann, Idig Spätburgunder GG


The 2018 Idig Spätburgunder is an elegant and refined Pinot Noir.

From a small vineyard within the Idig village, located on a south-east slope of a high foothill of the Haardt Mountains, this wine is produced through biodynamic practices, with the grapes meticulously hand-selected and picked into small boxes. The vineyard's soil is composed of limestone, covered by red sandstone terrace gravel that has eroded from above into the Rhine plain over many thousands of years.

Tasting notes
With a silky and smooth texture, this Pinot Noir is round on the palate and with intense aromas of ripe fruit, raisin and jammy red fruits.
Balancing out this richness is the mineral freshness, signature of this land, and remarkably fine tannins.



2020 Philipp Kuhn, Kirschgarten Pinot Blanc GG



A top-quality Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc), from vineyards in Laumersheim.

The Kirschgarten, literally ‘Cherry Orchard’ in english,  is produced in old wooden barrels and left to mature until April using the process of batonnage (stirring the lees) and is a true representation of this high-quality terroir and exceptional craftsmanship. 

Tasting Notes 
This incredibly elegant wine has a bright and clear appearance with a pale straw colour.
On the nose, it showcases aromas of ripe pear, walnut, dried apple and a hint of sweet melon on the finish. With a superb mouthfeel, it finds the perfect balance between fresh acidity and minerality.



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