White Wine, Pfalz

Germany’s second largest as well as its driest wine-growing region, Pfalz boasts more than 85 kilometres of uninterrupted vineyards, which sit east of the Haardt Mountains. Here, Riesling is the most widely planted grape variety – and the most lauded for high-quality winemaking. Dornfelder is the second most widely planted variety (of either colour). Müller-Thurgau is also widely grown, plantings of Grauburgunder and Weiβburgunder are increasing, and there are also significant plantings of Spätburgunder. Black grapes account for less than 40% of the vineyard area. Mittelhaardt, an area encompassing Forst and Deidesheim, boasts the most established quality vineyards. Its vineyards sit on steep slopes and produce a ripe, fuller bodied Riesling style.
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  1. Villa Wolf Gewurztraminer 2020
    The fruit is processed as quickly as possible to preserve freshness. Delicate varietal aromas of spice and fresh roses. A juicy textured palate. Very refreshing to drink with a crisp, dry finish. ... Learn More
  2. Jl Wolf Villa Wolf Gewurztraminer 2018
    The fruit is processed as quickly as possible to preserve freshness. Delicate varietal aromas of spice and fresh roses. A juicy textured palate. Very refreshing to drink with a crisp, dry finish. ... Learn More
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