The German quality
Dima and Misha are learning from the Germans. In the second half of XX century European winemaking found itself before diverging paths. Many winemakers had to make a choice: keep appealing to the mass consumer or tread the difficult path of traditional wine, drawing upon terroir and the quality of grapes. In the family estate of Georg Breuer the path of true wine was decided by Bernhard Breuer, the eldest son of Georg the founder. Bernhard, his brother Heinrich and daughter Theresa put a lot of effort so that wines from Rheingau - where Celts used to cultivate grapes in the valley between mountains and Rhein, - acquired the traits of great white wine and reputation of model Riesling. Dima and Misha are talking with Heinrich Breuer himself - a legendary and wise man. You'll hear a thorough tale about land, winemaking politics, vineyards, the whole range of wines, their characteristics and special traits right from the Master.