are good, entry-level wines in the VDP’s hierarchy that inherently links wine quality with origin. The wines originate from an estate’s holdings within a region, and they meet the stringent standards prescribed by the VDP.


2016 Riesling  Quality wine dry

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Alc: 12,0 %Vol.   Rs: 8,2 g/l    Acidity: 7,1 g/l

A fresh, stimulating introduction into Georg Müller Stiftung’s world of Riesling. A lighthearted wine for everyday drinking pleasure

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2016 Roter Riesling feinherb (off-dry)

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Alc: 12,0 %Vol., Rs: 15,2 g/l, Acidity: 7,3 g/l

A mutation of white Riesling, in the vineyard clearly visible at the reddish peel colour. Similar in character of the white Riesling, the red Riesling shows extremely more spicy and herbaceous aromas. The harmonious residual sugar in combination with the animated acidity enter into an invigorating, tasteful connection.

2016 Roter Riesling trocken (dry)

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Alc: 12,5 %Vol., Rs: 8,5 g/l, Acidity: 6,8 g/l

The “old” original version of Riesling. Especially the 2015 vintage shows the considerable difference between white and red Riesling. The red one has extremely more spicy-herbal aromas, firm structure and beautiful flow.

2016 „Edition PW“ Spätburgunder Rosé dry

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Alc: 13 %Vol., Rs: 5,6 g/l, Acidity: 6,4 g/l

A classy, “serious” rosé with fresh aromas of strawberry and other red fruit, and a fascinating mouthfeel.

2015 „Edition PW“ Riesling dry

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Alc: 12 %Vol., Rs: 8,8 g/l, Acidity: 8,7 g/l

A traditional modern version of Riesling. Consequently characterised by traditional oak casks, this wine shows a pleasant flavour, fully ripe fruits, fine aroma and elegance.

2016 “Swedish Summer” dry

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Alc: 11,5 %Vol., Rs: 6,0g/l, Acidity: 6,5g/l

A modern fresh summer wine and totally unusual for the Riesling region Rheingau. The characters of each vine bundled in one wine – light and stimulating, uncomplicated.