Reh Kendermann fishes Pinot Gris from the primeval sea

At Reh Kendermann, a Grauburgunder Urmeer loess from Rheinhessen is found in the gift box on the 100th anniversary of the winery. The wine whisperers from Bingen are sending several messages. A subtropically warm primeval sea covered today's Rheinhessen over 30 million years ago; Sharks and manatees were out and about in this Rheinhessen fun pool. The loess is the most important soil formation in Rheinhessen today. It is the dust from the great deserts that has gradually deposited between the Rhein and the thousand hills. A pampering offer for Pinot Gris, which produces confident, fresh and fruity wines on the loess soils in Rheinhessen.