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Weingut Georg Breuer
The winery in the municipality Rüdesheim in the German growing area Rheingau was founded in 1880 by Bernhard Scholl and Albert Hillebrand as part of a wine shop. At the beginning of the 20th century i...
Name: Weingut Georg Breuer
Address: Address 65385 Rüdesheim, Germany
Growing area: Rheingau
Vineyard: 34 ha
Owner: Familie Breuer
Manager: Hermann Schmoranz, Betriebsleiter
Managing Director: Theresa Breuer
Wine Maker: Markus Lundén
Phone: Phone
Fax: Fax
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Associations: Deutsches Barrique-Forum & Generation Riesling
Work time:
Opening times: Daily 10:00 - 17:30, from Easter to the end of November, or by appointment

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The wines of these establishments count every year to the absolute best of its kind and is almost unrivaled in the top - and that regardless of vintage variations. But the simpler plants are almost invariably excellent. Weaknesses, there are virtually no, and mediocre wines are as good as never before.
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0.75 L
2005 Berg Rottland Riesling QbA
23.00 €
94 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Clear, cool, polished nose, citrus and stone fruit, floral traces, prominent mineral notes. Firm, co...
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2017 Berg Schlossberg Riesling QbA
58.00 €
95 WP - Great
Editor note: Firm, deep nose, still slightly muted, yellow fruit, floral and vegetal notes, hint of bread crust,...
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2017 Nonnenberg Riesling QbA, Monopol
49.50 €
93 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Firm nose, still slightly muted, nutty and yeasty notes, whiff of bread, vegetal notes, restrained y...
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0.75 L
2017 Berg Rottland Riesling QbA
39.50 €
92 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Firm, fairly deep nose, nutty, yeasty and mineral notes, touch of yellow spice, ripe, partly candied...
0.75 L
2017 Rüdesheim Riesling QbA, Terra Montosa
19.50 €
89 WP - Very good
Editor note: fairly cool nose, still reductive, delicate hint of yellow spice, vegetal and prominent mineral note...
0.75 L
2017 Rüdesheim Riesling QbA Off-dry, Charm
10.00 €
84 WP - Good
Translate to English Editor note: Etwas getrocknet-pflanzlicher, gelb-gewürziger und leicht floraler Duft nach teils kandierten gelben...

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The winery in the municipality Rüdesheim in the German growing area Rheingau was founded in 1880 by Bernhard Scholl and Albert Hillebrand as part of a wine shop. At the beginning of the 20th century it was taken over by Peter Breuer and further expanded by his son Georg. Then in the third generation, the brothers Bernhard and Heinrich Breuer took the lead. Together with Bernd Philippi (owner of the winery Koehler-Ruprecht in the Palatinate) and Werner Näkel (owner of the winery Meyer Näkel on the Ahr) was founded in 2000 in the Portuguese Douro Valley the estate Quinta da Carvalhosa . Already in 1997 was also together with Bernd Philippi, as well as the South African Stephan du Toit the winery Mont du Toit emerged.

Bernhard Breuer, who died unexpectedly in 2004, was considered to be one of the most innovative German winemakers, who strove with particular care to develop a dry Riesling and championed the close connection between wine and culture. In 1984 he founded the Riesling Association Charter Rheingau, which then merged in 1999 in the VDP-Rheingau. Today, the winery is managed by Theresa Breuer, supported by plant manager Hermann Schmoranz and butler Markus Lundén.

The vineyards cover 34 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Nonnenberg (in sole ownership) and Rothenberg in the municipality Rauenthal, as well Mount Roseneck. Mountain Rottland and Mountain Schlossberg in the municipality Rudesheim. It dominates the Riesling with 26 hectares, the remaining area is planted with the varieties Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. The absolute rarities are the two nearly extinct historically significant varieties of white Heunisch ( Gouais blanc ) and Orleans cultivated. From Orléans 200 to 300 bottles are produced annually since 2002, the first vintage or virgin wine for the planted in 2005 White Heunisch was that of 2008.

It will Organic (organic) viticulture practiced, primarily the sustainability serves in the vineyard. These include seasonal greening, Planting of legumes instead of synthetic fertilizer, as well as abandonment pesticides such as B. herbicides, The high quality standard is achieved by extremely low yields (25 to 45 hl / ha) and the strictest selection of the grapes. Only the very best wines are marketed with a layer label. The second rank is called "Terra Montosa", followed by the "Ortsrieslinge" (Estates) and the "Gutsrieslinge" (in the types "Sauvage" = dry and "Charm" = semi-dry). A specialty are wines in small quantities from Pinot Gris and Spätburgunder from particularly old vineyards. These are bottled since the year 1999 under the additional designation "B" (mountain terraces).

Furthermore, sweet wines such as Auslese, Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese are produced, whose berries are sorted manually in a complex process according to their degree of decay. In addition, various brandies (marc, lamb and brandy) and bottle-fermented sect are produced. The winery is a member of the associations German Barrique Forum, The goods and generation Riesling. Connected to the winery is the restaurant / hotel "Breuer's Rüdesheimer Schloss".
Weingut Georg Breuer Region: Germany Rheingau
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