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Never miss Weingut H. Gindorf!
Weingut H. Gindorf is a family run vineyard located in Lieser, a small village in Mosel, central Germany. The winery is run by German-American Pfeiffers Brown family, who acquired the property in 2016 from their predecessor, Helmut Gindorf.
TRADITIONAL FLAVORS OF THE MOSEL VALLEY
Their winery is founded on the idea of family working together to produce a world-class wine. Three generations of their family have come together in Lieser to produce wines that reflect the traditional flavors of the Mosel Valley, crafted in an international style.
They maintain approximately 4 hectares of vineyards located in the slate-filled slopes overlooking the Mosel river. The grapes grow in the famous vineyards of Niederberg-Helden, Lieserer Schlossberg, Maring-Noviand Klosterberg and Maring-Noviand Sonnenuhr. The grey slate hillsides soak up the sun during the day and give back that stored heat during the night, helping the grapes ripen to an optimal level through the growing season. Fans of their white wines prize not only the tropical fruit notes typical of the Mosel, but also a fresh mineral character that adds complexity and depth to their wines.
They produce Riesling, Weissburgunder, Rivaner (Müller-Thurgau) and Kerner white wines, and Dornfelder and Spätburgunder red wines (they also produce rosés).
In addition, they also produce sparkling wines of Riesling grapes, which are traditionally hand-picked during the second bottle fermentation.
We not only produce our wines, we enjoy them at family dinners and celebrations, or on the patio over conversation with friends. We hope the our customers enjoy them too!
Lieser has a great location for the ripening of wine grapes – this is why people have been making wine since Roman times. Their wines are made from local classics – Riesling, Rivaner (Müller-Thurgau) and Kerner are the core of their white wines and sparkling wines, while Spätburgunder and Dornfelder make up their red wines.
The slate based soil of their hillside vineyards absorbs the Moselle’s sunshine during the day and releases heat for the grapes in the evening, helping them to reach the optimum level and making drinking wines perfectly complement their customers’ lifestyle.