Germany has a long history of winemaking. 2,000 years ago, the Romans introduced viticulture to the Germanic territories. Monasteries were centers of wine culture, and wine was the drink of the people throughout the Middle Ages.

The 19th century could be seen as a “golden age” of German wine, a time when wines from the Mosel and the Rhine were favorites among royalty and fetched higher prices than even Champagne and Bordeaux.

Today, German vintners are introducing innovative ideas to modernize their centuries-old traditions: celebrating iconic varieties like Riesling and the Pinot while experimenting with new grapes, styles, and techniques.

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Dr Zenzen Muller Thurgau

This White Wine has a light flowery bouquet with a light Muscat tone, hints of fine herbs, very ripe Apples & Pears and green Walnuts. A medium bodied, mild acidity White Wine. Serve chilled at 8-10c

Dr Zenzen Riesling Trocken

This deliciously dry Riesling is full of fruit flavours with very pleasant nuances of Apricot and Peach, with a refreshing acidity. Serve chilled at 8-10c to experience this Dry White Wine at its very best.

Grans Fassian, Riesling

A lovely medium dry Riesling. This White Wine has the taste of apple and grapefruit.

Goldsparkler Sekt - 24 Carat Gold Leaf

This unique sparkling wine has the special addition of 24 carat gold leaf during bottling enhancing the look in the bottle and ultimately the guests glass. Making this the perfect wine to enjoy at a special occasion or create a talking point at any party.

Dr Zenzen Eiswein 1636 Edition

This extremely sweet White Dessert Wine is a brilliant yellow-green with sensual citricc Bouquets of lemon and lime with light tones of honey and apricot.