The wine trading company "Wein Wolf Germany" was founded in 1978 by the pioneer of the wine and gourmet scene Karl-Heinz "Carlo" Wolf (1949-2017). As a result, some wine trading companies were acquired (see below). Finally, in 1991 the company with all its subsidiaries went to the German wine trading group Hawesko Holding AG sold. Wolf then founded the company "Wein Wolf Austria" in Salzburg in 1998, but it also went to Hawesko two years later.
The originally five sub-organizations were merged into two. Sales are now made through Wein Service Bonn GmbH in Bonn. The areas of accounting, controlling and payroll are combined in Wein Service Bonn GmbH. Are subsidiaries Alexander Baron of Essen. German wine classics. Gebr. J. & M. Ziegler (Distillery) Bird vins and Wine country Ariane Abayan, They each sell their own ranges. Wein Service Bonn GmbH supports them with back office functions.
The target group are customers from the catering and specialist trade. The range includes products from well over 200 well-known wineries and producers from Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Portugal and Spain as well as overseas such as Argentina, Australia, Chile, California, New Zealand and South Africa. For example, there are among the wineries Fattoria di Fèlsina (Tuscany), Wachau domain and Kracher Weinlaubenhof (Austria), Dr. Loosen (Germany), Gaja (Piedmont), Guigal (Rhône) Peter Lehmann (Australia), Mondavi (California), Montes (Chile), Opus One. Taittinger (Champagne), Taylor's (Postage) and Torres (Spain).
Since 2013, premium spirits how Calvados (e.g. Berneroy), cognac (e.g. Camus ) gin (e.g. The London No. 1 Blue Gin, Ungava), grappa (e.g. Bocchino, Fèlsina, Zenato), fruit fire (e.g. Christon), rum (e.g. JM Rhum), wormwood (e.g. Mancino), whiskey (e.g. Nomad Outland) and vodka (Druid) marketed.