Entries by Familie Pfeiffer

Perfect Pairings: German Cuisine Meets Riesling and Pinot Noir

Introduction The art of pairing wine with food is a tradition that elevates simple nourishment to a cultural experience, especially when it comes to the rich tapestry of German gastronomy. In this culinary realm, the nuanced flavors of Riesling and the understated elegance of Pinot Noir find their counterparts in dishes that range from the […]

Wine Grapes 101: A Guide to the Traditional Varieties of the Mosel Valley

Introduction Nestled along the winding river from which it takes its name, the Mosel Valley is not just Germany’s third-largest wine region but a historical treasure trove for viticulture, with origins tracing back to Roman times. This picturesque landscape is synonymous with high-quality wines, where each bottle tells a story of tradition, terroir, and meticulous […]

Discover the Aromatic Bliss of Mosel Riesling at Weingut Gindorf

Discover the enchanting allure of Mosel Riesling at Weingut Gindorf, a serene haven nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of the Mosel valley. Our vineyard, a blend of tradition and modern viticulture techniques, crafts exquisite Rieslings that encapsulate the essence of the region’s terroir. Each sip of Weingut Gindorf’s Riesling unveils layers of aromatic complexity, from […]

Calling all Weißburgunder Fans!

Whoever loves Weißburgunder (Pinot Blanc) should get to know Maya. She’s our new Weißburgunder Cuvée, and celebrates her premiere with the 2018 vintage. This wine was named after our granddaughter, as the two have a lot in common. At first blush; fun, open and easy to love. But over time you realize they are so […]

Summer Vineyard Hike Series 2019

We proudly present our summer wine hike series for 2019. All hikes begin at 11:00. Duration: 3 Hours. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: Simply write us an E-Mail! 25€/Person (Max. 25 people) A minimum of 5 participants is required for the hike to take place 11.05.2019 – Maringer Berg – Bilingual guided vineyard hike with tasting of 5 […]

Extraordinary stuff from oak

Your eyes aren’t playing tricks you. Our 2016 Dornfelder appears twice in our latest price list. So what’s the difference? Wine number 5 was produced exclusively in stainless steel. Wine number 6, the Dornfelder trocken Barrique, was aged 6 months in a combination of new and neutral oak barrels. As it turns out, oak from […]