Weissburgunder is fragrant and crystal-clear aromas of Pinot Blanc on the nose of this honest straightforward example. On the palate, the wine is very well balanced and fragrant, the finish is underlined by a delicate mineral edge. The vines for this white wine from the Pfalz are based on deep, calcareous loess and loamy soils, which are excellent for Burgundy varieties and produce wines with a soft character and balanced acidity. As a food companion, it is especially recommended for fresh summer salads or fish dishes.
One of Germany’s oldest and most prestigious wineries, Weingut von Winning was founded in 1849 and revived as a family enterprise in 2007 by the late Achim Niederberger, bringing in the extremely talented Stephan Attman as winemaker and assisted by Andreas Huetwohl.
Practicing organic and with enviable holdings of Grosses Gewächs vineyards across the villages of Ruppertsberg, Deidesheim, and Forst. Von Winning produces the most internationally renowned dry wines in Germany.