Weingut Paul Rogenwieser

Weinstraße Nord 21, 67281 Kirchheim an der Weinstraße
Germany

Telephone +49 6359 2594
Fax +49 6359 87836
mail@rogenwieser.de

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 14): stand B14

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 14

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  SPARKLING WINES
  • 02.05  Sparkling wine with added carbon-dioxide

Our products

Product category: Sparkling wine with added carbon-dioxide

DORNFELDER RED WINE, 2009, DRY

  • Quality category Quality wine of a particular region "Qualitaetswein b.A."
  • Soil type Kirchheimer Steinacker
  • Volume per bottle 0.75 Litres
  • Drinking temperature 17-19° Celsius
  • Alcohol content 11% vol
Its dark colour coupled with the subtle aroma of currants, cherries and fine pepper make this wine the perfect accompaniment to tangy lamb and game specialities.

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Product category: Sparkling wine with added carbon-dioxide

RIVANER, 2010, DRY

  • Quality category Quality wine of a particular region "Qualitaetswein b.A."
  • Soil type Kirchheimer Kreuz
  • Volume per bottle 0.75 Litres
  • Drinking temperature 7-9° Celsius
  • Alcohol content 12% vol
 The bouquet exhibits refreshing hints of grapefruit, lime and pineapple. With a full-flavoured nose, delicate acidic base and elegant, savoury taste, it is suitable for asparagus and fresh garden vegetables.

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Product category: Sparkling wine with added carbon-dioxide

RIESLING SPARKLING WINE, MEDIUM-DRY

  • Qualitaetsstufe German Sparkling wine
  • Volume per bottle 0.75 litres

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About us

Company details

The secret of our wines is as simple as it is brilliant. First and foremost, it is the sun, the soil and healthy plants which go into our special Rogenwieser wine. The rest is a combination of experience and a nose, in the truest sense, for the exceptional.

Our winemaking family's tradition in Kirchheim stretches back to 1528. By 1736, our family had founded their own vineyard. Today, we still call the western part of Palatinate [Pfalz] our home, in Germany's prime wine territory.

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