The "Weingut & Edelobstbrennerei Stefan Reinhardt" is located in the municipality Niederkirchen (area Mittelhaardt / German Wine Route) in the German wine-growing region palatinate
, The formerly cooperative-run operation led by Leander Reinhardt was taken over in 1987 by the son Stefan Reinhardt, who had been trained as a cellar and cooperative master, and switched to self-marketing or the current operating form. Today, Lukas Reinhardt is already working with the third generation. The vineyards cover 17 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Herrgottsacker
and Nonnenstück (Deidesheim), Bischofsgarten (Forst), Klostergarten, Osterbrunnen and Schlossberg (Niederkirchen), Linsenbusch
, Nußbien and Reiterpfad
(Ruppertsberg), as well as Luginsland (Wachenheim).
They are the white varieties Riesling (the dominant dominant with 75% leader), Pinot Blanc, Muller-Thurgau Kerner, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Cabernet Blanc, and the red varieties Pinot Noir, Portuguese, Dornfelder, St. Laurent, Regent, Cabernet Dorsa and Cabernet Mitos planted. The management is carried out according to natural, environmentally friendly criteria. The pest control takes place by means of disrupter
; on the use of insecticides
is waived. Through appropriate measures such as thin out
a quality-increasing yield reduction takes place.
The white wine grapes are fed to a Ganztraubenpressung. All wines are fermented refrigerated, with certain wines is one spontaneous fermentation
, The red wine grapes go through the classic maceration
and are matured in oak barrels. Top quality is the Editionsline "vinum meum" with white Burgundy Deidesheimer Nonnenstück (expanded in barrique), Riesling Ruppertsberger Reiterpfad (spontaneously fermented) and Pinot Noir Ruppertsberger Nußbien (15 months in oak barrels). Also, sparkling wines, secco (sparkling wines), brandies (wine, pomace, yeast, fruit), liqueurs (fruit, figs, coffee, tiramisu) and wine jelly
produced. The winery is a member of farmers and winegrowers association Rhineland-Palatinate South and Generation Riesling.