German wines from Rhine-Hesse and Rheingau
More than 900 different wines are available here. Whether you prefer red, white or rosé wine, dry or sweet, sparkling or not, there’s something for every taste. Wines from the region around Frankfurt Airport with the Q.b.A. quality designation are especially good.
Selection of Riesling wines
How about a first-rate wine from the world’s oldest Riesling winery?
Schloss Johannisberg, Silberlack, Riesling, Großes Gewächs, Rheingau, dry, white, 0.75L
The Silberlack is known as the "VDP.Grosses Gewächs®" at Schloss Johannisberg. This "Schloss Johannisberg" variety lies in the monopole wine domain of Schloss Johannisberg, being the only winery to produce in the area. The famed 50th parallel runs directly through this ideal location, which lies above the Rhine valley.
Schloss Johannisberg, Rotlack, Riesling, Kabinett, Rheingau, semi-dry, white, 0.75L
The semi-sry Kabinett wine Rotlack with lovely herbal notes is ideal for poultry, veal and Asian cusine.
Schloss Johannisberg, Grünlack, Riesling, Spätlese, Rheingau, semi-sweet, white, 0.75L
With Grünlack Schloss Johannisberg has created a multi-faceted late vintage, which is characterized by a light peach note and a fine acidity. The complexity of the wine is ideal for pastries, fish, game, poultry and cheese.