Rheinhessen. With its 27,000 hectares of vineyards, our region is the largest wine-growing area in Germany. Vines as far as the eye can see, sunshine galore and winegrowers who, with their cordiality, invite all wine connoisseurs to discover the region.
Our most important grape varieties such as Riesling, Silvaner and Scheurebe, but also the Burgundy family, reflect their origins in their diversity and show what the wine region of Rheinhessen has to offer.
The determination of the degrees of maturity, the methods of vinification and the sensory testing of the wines from the gU Rheinhessen are subject to the regulations of the European Union (EU) and are at the same time an expression of the millennia-old wine culture on the Rhine. "Rheinhessen" is a protected designation of origin.
The wine podcast "Keine halben Flaschen" ("No Half Bottles") by Rheinhessenwein e.V. shows what makes Germany's largest wine-growing region so special, and what people from the world of wine and enjoyment love about it.