The "wine cooperative Walporzheim eG" with seat in bath Neuenahr in the German cultivation area Ahr
was founded in 1871 by six Walporzheimern, making it the second oldest in Germany. Harald Braun is the commercial director responsible for the sale, and the technical manager and winemaker is Yvonne Kessler. The vineyards of 105 members cover 19 hectares of vineyards, which are mostly cultivated as a sideline. You are in the Walporzheimer situations Old Lay
(Walporzheim). The Pinot Noir accounts for the largest share, accounting for around three quarters of the area, followed by the varieties Portugieser, Müller-Thurgau, Dornfelder, Frühburgunder, Riesling, Kerner and Ortega. In the municipality of Urbar in the location Loreley in the growing area middle Rhine
Since 2005, eight hectares of Riesling have been cultivated by eight members. The white wines are fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks. The red wines ripen after fermentation in large wooden barrels, the best qualities in oak barrels. Among other things, guided tours through a wine-growing trail in the Walporzheimer Steillagen are organized for those interested.