The flood catastrophe literally pulled the ground from beneath the feet of many vintners in the Ahr Valley on July 14 and 15, 2021. Machines, equipment and the already filled wines from previous years were lost. The people of the Ahr Valley have been working ever since to rebuild their home. The wineries in the Ahr Valley have also been working to save their existence–a marathon that will continue for a long time. The wine harvest in the fall was an important step on this difficult journey, as, for many wineries, the grapes in the highest vineyards were the only plants that did not fall victim to the floods. Ultimately, the harvest was successful through the enormous support of countless volunteers, to assure the important production of the 2021 products. In addition to the king of the red grapes, the Pinot Noir, the Pinot Noir Précoce is among the specialties of the region. Germany's little "red wine paradise" will hopefully be rebuilt and blossom again soon. You Ahr not alone!
Spätburgunder Blanc de Noir VDP.Gutswein More info in the app!
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