The "Weingut & Edelobstbrennerei Stefan Reinhardt" is located in the commune of Niederkirchen (Mittelhaardt area / Deutsche Weinstraße) in the German wine-growing region palatinate
, The company, which was previously organized by Leander Reinhardt as a cooperative, was taken over in 1987 by son Stefan Reinhardt, trained as a cellar and cooper master, and converted to self-marketing or the current form of business. The third generation is now working with Lukas Reinhardt. The vineyards cover 17 hectares of vineyards in individual locations Herrgottsacker
and nun's piece (Deidesheim), bishop's garden (forest), monastery garden, Osterbrunnen and Schlossberg (Niederkirchen), Linsenbusch
, Nut bees and Reiterpfad
(Ruppertsberg) and Luginsland (Wachenheim).
They are made with the white varieties Riesling (the leading variety with a clear dominance of 75%), Pinot Blanc, Müller-Thurgau Kerner, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Cabernet Blanc, as well as the red varieties Pinot Noir, Portuguese, Dornfelder, St. Laurent, Regent, Cabernet Dorsa and Cabernet Mitos planted. The management is carried out according to natural, environmentally friendly criteria. Pest control is carried out using disrupter
; on the use of insecticides
is waived. By taking appropriate measures such as thin out
there is a quality-reducing yield reduction.
The white wine grapes are subjected to whole grape pressing. All wines are fermented chilled, certain wines are fermented spontaneous fermentation
, The red wine grapes go through the classic maceration
and are matured in barriques. Top quality is the edition line "vinum meum" with white Burgundy Deidesheimer Nonnenstück (expanded in barriques), Riesling Ruppertsberger Reiterpfad (spontaneously fermented) and Pinot Noir Ruppertsberger Nussbien (15 months in barrique). Bottle-fermented sparkling wines, secco (sparkling wines), brandies (wine, pomace, yeast, fruit), liqueurs (fruit, figs, cafe, tiramisu) and wine jelly
produced. The winery is a member of the Rhineland-Palatinate South Farmers 'and Vintners' Association and Generation Riesling.