Red & White Rheingau


The monastery at Kloster Eberbach in Rheingau was established by Cistercian monks from Burgundy in 1136, bringing with them vines, expertise and laying the foundation for Pinot Noir production in Germany. The grape has been cultivated at Assmannshausen since the early 16th century. It is pale with wild, red berry fruit, delicious with charcuterie, patés, fish in red wine sauce, game birds and lamb. The Riesling has lifted honeysuckle, lime and citrus peel aromas with a palate of bright lemon notes and mouth-watering apple acidity – pure, structured and fine with an appealing mineral texture and saline twist on the finish.


  • Assmannshausen Kloster Eberbach “Crescentia” Hollenberg Spätburgunder Trocken 2011
  • Kloster Eberbach “Crescentia” Baiken Riesling Trocken 2012