Friday, March 27, 2015

Invitation: Wine Tasting and Art Exhibit in North Bethesda, Maryland

Picture: Annette Schiller, Ombiasy PR and WineTours, with Manfred Prüm, Weingut JJ Prüm


Please join us on April 18th from 4pm - 6pm for a
Wine-Tasting & Art Exhibit
at the North Bethesda, Maryland home of
Susan Levin
where we will taste a selection of our
favorite wines
while we enjoy viewing the
Abstract Expressionist paintings & Digital Art
of Susan Levin

Wine Tasting led by
Annette Schiller
of Ombiasy PR & Wine Tours

For more information and to RSVP, please contact:  
Susan Levin, susanlevin09@gmail.com; 301.466.2919
Lisa Freedman, lisa@theartmarketer.com; 914.907.9842
or Annette Schiller, aschiller@ombiasypr.com; 703.459.7513

There is no charge to attend the event.
But we do ask that you bring a bottle of your favorite
Pinot Gris
or Pinot Noir wine.

We thank-you for your interest and
look forward to seeing you at our event.

For more information about
Susan Levin Art:
  http://www.artbysusanlevin.co...
Ombiasy PR & Wine Tours:  https://ombiasypr.com/





Germany's Top 11 Winemakers (with 5 out of 5 Grapes) - The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015

Picture: Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, and Christian G.E. Schiller in Mainz. Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, is the 2015 Gault Millau Deutschland Winemaker of the Year, see: Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, Germany’s Winemaker of the Year, Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015

The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland is the leading wine guide for German wine. Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland uses a scale of 1 to 5 grapes to rate winemakers and a scale of 1 to 100 points to rate their wines.

The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015 contains 1000 German wine producers, the 1000 best German wine makers, of which 11 received 5 grapes. Compared to 2014, one winery was promoted to 5 grapes and one winery was demoted to 4 1/2 grapes. Thus, there continue to be 11 winemakers with 5 out of 5 grapes.

Weingut Schloss Lieser from the Mosel joined the group of Germany's elite winemakers and Weingut Dönnhoff, to the surprise of many German wine experts, lost that credential. In fact, Cornelius Dönnhoff, who now is in charge of the wines at Weingut Dönnhoff, is Winemaker of the Year in Stuart Pigott's recent list of Best Wines and Winemakers. See: Cornelius Dönnhoff, Weingut Dönnhoff: Stuart Pigott’s Winemaker of the Year, Germany

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Baden

Bernhard Huber

One of the winemakers leading the German red wine revolution. He also produces outstanding white wines. Does not have any sweet or noble-sweet wines in his portfolio. 26.5 hectares.

Bernhard Huber, only 53 years old, died in June 2014, a few months before our visit, after a battle with cancer.

See:
Visit: Weingut Dr. Heger in Baden – Germany-South Wine Tours by ombiasy (2014)

His wife Barbara wrote us in a moving email that she and their children try to keep Bernhard Huber's vision of wine making alive and that they will continue to produce top quality wines.

We will visit Weingut Huber during the upcoming Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2015):  4 Wine Tours by ombiasy coming up in 2015: Germany-East, Germany-South. Germany-Nord and Bordeaux

Picture: Julian and Barbara Huber at the 2014 Gault Millau Awards Ceremony in Mainz, see: Germany’s Best Winemakers and Wines – Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015 Awards Ceremony in Mainz, Germany

Franken

Rudolf Fürst

Weingut Rudolf Fuerst has the reputation of being a specialist for red wines, Spaetburgunder and Fruehburgunder, which account for 60% of the production; but brilliant dry wines are also produced. Sebastian Fuerst in the process of taking over from his father Paul Fuerst. 18.6 hectares.

We will visit Weingut Rudolf Fürst at the forthcoming Germany-East Wine and Art Tour by ombiasy WineTours: Coming-up: Wine & Art Tour to Saale-Unstrut - Saxony - Franken - Württemberg: Germany-East Tour by ombiasy WineTours (June 11 - June 20, 2015)

Picture: Paul Fürst, Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, and Guiseppe Lauria at the 2nd International Riesling Symposium in the Rheingau (2014)

Hessische Bergstrasse

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Mittelrhein

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Mosel (Mosel - Saar -Ruwer)

Fritz Haag

Weingut Fritz Haag is located in Brauneberg in the Mosel Valley. It was founded in 1605. It is now run and owned by Oliver Haag and his wife Jessica Haag. Weingut Fritz Haag owns a total of 16.5 hectares of Riesling vines around Brauneberg, with 6.5 hectares within Brauneberger Juffer and 3 hectares in the Brauneberger Juffer-Sonnenuhr vineyard.

Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and German Winemaker Oliver Haag, Weingut Fritz Haag, in Seattle

See:
The German Winemakers at the 4th Riesling Rendezvous in Seattle, USA

Egon Müller

The legendary Scharzhof lies on the Saar River. Egon Mueller’s fruity-sweet and noble-sweet, low alcohol wines are legendary. 16 hectares.

Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, and Egon Müller, Weingut Egon Müller, at the Rieslingfeier 2015 in New York City, USA

Joh. Jos. Pruem

For decades now, one of the really exceptional winemakers in Germany. The aging potential of the Weingut J.J. Pruem wines is legendary. Katharina Pruem is in the process of taking over from her father Manfred Pruem. 21 hectares.

See:
JJ Pruem Goes Supermarket: Meeting Katharina Pruem and Tasting the Incredible JJ Pruem Wines at Wegmans

We will visit Weingut JJ Prüm during the forthcoming Germany-North Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2015):
4 Wine Tours by ombiasy coming up in 2015: Germany-East, Germany-South. Germany-Nord and Bordeaux

Picture: Annette Schiller, Ombiasy PR and WineTours, with Manfred Pruem, Weingut JJ Pruem

Schloss Lieser (Thomas Haag)

The newcomer in the list of 5 out of 5 grapes producers. Brother of Oliver Haag, Weingut Fritz Haag, see above. 12 hectares.

Picture: Thomas Haag in Mainz

See:
Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, Germany’s Winemaker of the Year, Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015 

Nahe

Emrich-Schönleber

Frank Schönleber is in the process of taking over from father Werner, who was Gault Millau winemaker of the year 2006. Only white wines, mainly Riesling. 16 hectares.

We will visit Weingut Emrich-Schönleber on the forthcoming Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2015):  4 Wine Tours by ombiasy coming up in 2015: Germany-East, Germany-South. Germany-Nord and Bordeaux

Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, and Frank Schönleber at Kloster Eberbach

Pfalz

Knipser

A world class producer of both white and red wines. Werner Knipser has been experimenting with international red grape varieties for some years. Virtually all wines are fermented in a dry style. Werner Knipser’s children Sabine Knipser and Stephan Knipser are in the process of taking over. 40 hectares.

Ökonomierat Rebholz

A broad wine portfolio with Riesling and Pinots (Blanc, Noir and Gris) as well as Chardonnay. All dry. A mover and shaker in the "Grosses Gewächs" movement. 19 hectares.

The visit of WeingutÖkonomierat Rebholz was one of the highlights of the Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014): Germany-South Wine Tour by ombiasy, 2014. We will be back in 2015.

Picture: Annette and Christian Schiller with Hansjörg and Birgit Rebholz at Prowein 2015 in Düsseldorf

Rheingau

Robert Weil

A top producer of Riesling wines, in particular fruity sweet and noble sweet wines, well presented in the major wine markets in the world. Now co-owned by the Japanese Suntory company and General Manager Wilhelm Weil, the fourth generation of the founding family. 80 hectares.

The visit of Weingut Robert Weil was one of the highlights of the Germany-North Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014): Kiedrich: Visit of the Basilica of Saint Valentine and of Weingut Robert Weil - Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014). We will be back in 2015.

Picture: Christian G.E.Schiller, Martina Weil, Annette Schiller, Wilhelm Weil at the 2013 Rheingau Riesling Gala

Rheinhessen

Keller

Leader of the Rheinhessen wine renaissance. Has a broad wine portfolio with 60 % accounted for by Riesling and also including the lesser known autochthon Silvaner as well as Spaetburgunder. 15 hectares.

We will visit Weingut Klaus Peter Keller during the upcoming Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2015):  4 Wine Tours by ombiasy coming up in 2015: Germany-East, Germany-South. Germany-Nord and Bordeaux

Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, Julia and Klaus Peter Keller at the 2015 Rieslingfeier in New York, see: The 11 Winemakers: Rieslingfeier 2015 in New York City, USA

Saale-Unstrut

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Sachsen

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Wuerttemberg

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Previous Years

As for previous years, see:

Germany's Top 11 Winemakers (with 5 out of 5 Grapes) - The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015
Germany's Top 11 Winemakers (with 5 out of 5 Grapes) - The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2014
Germany’s Top 10 Winemakers (with 5 Grapes) - The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2013
Germany’s Top 10 Winemakers (with 5 Grapes) - The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2012
Germany’s Top 9 Winemakers - the 2010 Gault Millau Wine Guide

Each year, the Gault Millau also selects a winemaker of the year, a discovery of the year, etc. See for these awards this year and previous years:

Germany’s Best Winemakers and Wines – Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015 Awards Ceremony in Mainz, Germany
Best German Wines and Winemakers: Gault Millau Awards – Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2014
Best German Wines and Wine Makers – the Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2013 Awards
2012: Best German Wines (Awards) – Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2012
2011: Gault Millau WeinGuide Germany 2011 – Ratings
Gault Millau Wine Germany 2010

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Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy, 2014

Germany-South Wine Tour by ombiasy, 2014

German Wine and Culture Tour by ombiasy, 2013

Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, Germany’s Winemaker of the Year, Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015

JJ Pruem Goes Supermarket: Meeting Katharina Pruem and Tasting the Incredible JJ Pruem Wines at Wegmans

Visiting Wilhelm Weil at his Weingut Robert Weil in Kiedrich, Germany

Tasting with Wilhelm Weil the 2010 Weingut Weil Wines in Kiedrich, Germany

Riesling, Pinot Noir and Indian Cuisine: A tête-à-tête Dinner with Winemaker Ernst Loosen, Weingut Dr. Loosen, at Rasika in Washington DC, USA

The German Winemakers at the 4th Riesling Rendezvous in Seattle, USA

Cornelius Dönnhoff, Weingut Dönnhoff: Stuart Pigott’s Winemaker of the Year, Germany 

Weingut Huber: One of the Fathers of the German Red Wine Revolution: Weingut Huber in Baden

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Rheingau (Germany) Meets Burgenland (Austria) at Kloster Eberbach in Germany

Picture: Kloster Eberbach, see:  Kloster Eberbach in the Rheingau: Tour and Wine Tasting - Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014) and: Wining in the Steinberg Vineyard – Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

At the annual spring presentation of the winemakers of the VDP Rheingau (the VDP is the association of German elite winemakers and VDP Rheingau the subdivision of VDP members from the Rheingau) at Kloster Eberbach on Sunday March 8, 2015, the VDP Rheingau winemakers had invited their colleagues from the Burgenland in Austria. Thus, the about 30 winemakers from the Rheingau, predominantly presenting Riesling, were joined in the Lay Brothers' Dormitory at Kloster Eberbach by about 30 winemakers from Burgenland, predominantly presenting red wines.

 Pictures: Kloster Eberbach

Rheingau

It is remarkable: For its entire length of nearly 560 miles, the Rhine flows north with one exception – a 28-mile stretch where the river changes its course. Here, it flows to the west, thereby enabling both the river and the vineyards facing it to bask in the warmth of the sun all day long. This is the Rheingau, one of the medium-size German wine regions. It is a quietly beautiful region, rich in tradition. Queen Victoria's enthusiasm for Hochheim's wines contributed to their popularity in England, where they, and ultimately, Rhine wines in general, were referred to as Hock.

 Picture: Rheingau

The third President of the USA - and notable bon viveur - Thomas Jefferson visited the Rheingau in 1788 and wrote that the wine of the "Abbaye of Johnsberg is the best made on the Rhine without comparison … That of the year 1775 is the best." He also referred to the Rheingau’s Riesling as the "small and delicate Rhysslin which grows only from Hochheim to Rudesheim". Impressed by the quality of the Rheingau Riesling wines, he bought 100 grapevines to take back to his estate in Virginia.

Although the Rheingau is one of Germany’s smaller wine-growing regions, its 3,100 ha (7,660 acres) of vineyards are vastly diverse in their geological makeup. The soil varies from stony slate at the western part near the villages of Assmannshausen and Rudesheim to loess, sand and marl in the lower central villages of Geisenheim, Johannisberg, Winkel, Oestrich and Hattenheim. Soil reverts to stony phyllite in the higher central and eastern villages of Hallgarten, Kiedrich and Hochheim. Generally, wines from the lower slopes where the soil is heavier—sandy loam and loess—produce fuller wines, while at the higher slopes where it is more stony and slatey, the wines reflect more minerality, elegance and concentration.

The Rheingau enjoys a distinctly continental climate with cold winters and warm, but not hot, summers. The Rheingau is dominated by Riesling, accounting for 4/5 of the vineyard area. Pinot Noir accounts for 1/10 and is concentrated around Assmannshausen.

Picture: Winemaker Tobias Fiebrandt, Weingut Leitz, see: The 11 Winemakers: Rieslingfeier 2015 in New York City, USA

Picture: Cecilia Jost, Weingut Toni Jost, see: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx While last year, we did not stop at a Mittelrhein winemaker, this year, the Germany-North Tour by ombiasy WineTours will include a tasting at Weingut Toni Jost, with Cecilia Jost

Picture: Reiner Flick, Weingut Joachim Flick, see: FairChoice Certified Wine in Germany: Weingut Joachim Flick in the Rheingau

Picture: Annette Schiller and Alexander Jung, Weingut Jung, see: Impromptu Winetasting with Alexander Jung, Weingut Jakob Jung, Erbach, Rheingau, Germany

Pictures: Annette and Christian Schiller with Bernd and Ralf Schönleber and their Spouses, Wein- und Sektgut F.B. Schönleber

Picture: Annette Schiller with Eva Raps and Urban Kaufmann, the new Owners of Weingut Lang in Hattenheim, see: Weingut Hans Lang, Hattenheim in the Rheingau: Eva Raps, Managing Director of VDP, and Urban Kaufmann, Swiss Cheese Producer, Take Over, Germany

The following wine producers from the Rheingau showed their wines – mainly Grosses Gewächs and other Rieslings from the 2013 vintage, but also a few older vintages as well as a few Rheingau Pinot Noir wines: Allendorf, Barth, Diefenhardt, Joachim Flick, Alexander Freimuth, Georg Müller Stiftung, Hamm, Prinz von Hessen, Hessische Staatsweingüter Kloster Eberbach, Johannishof, Toni Jost, Jakob Jung, Graf von Kanitz, Baron Knyphausen, Robert König, Peter Jakob Kühn, Künstler ,Lorenz H. Kunz, Hans Lang (Urban Kaufmann GmbH), Leitz, G. H. von Mumm, Achim von Oetinger, Balthasar Ress, Schloss Johannisberg, Schloss Vollrads, F. B. Schönleber, Josef Spreitzer, Robert Weil und Domdechant Werner.

Burgenland

Burgenland is one of Austria’s 4 wine regions – Lower Austria, Styria, Burgenland and Vienna. For many years Burenland was a bit on the margin, although it has a log wine growing tradition. Burgenland belonged to Hungary until 1921 when it was annexed to Austria post WWI. It is a melting pot of Magyar, Slavic and Austrian cultures. Many of the towns have two names, one Croatian or Hungarian and the other name Austrian.

Picture: The Wine Regions of Austria

The vineyard area of Burgenland totals 14.000 hectares and comprises 4 areas: (1) Neusiedlersee: At the edges of the vast and shallow Lake Neusiedl, a variety of grapes are grown on 9,100 hectares of vineyards, including world-famous noble sweet wines. (2) Neusiedlersee-Hügelland: At the foot of the Leithagebirge and west of Lake Neusiedl, a variety of grapes are grown on 4,150 hectares of vineyards, including the renowned Ruster Ausbruch. (3) Mittelburgenland: On 2,100 hectares of vineyards, one red grape variety plays the leading role: Blaufränkisch and 4 towns are the wine-growing area´s main producers: Deutschkreutz, Horitschon, Lutzmannsburg and Neckenmarkt. (4) Südburgenland: One of Austria´s smallest wine-growing areas, where excellent terroir wines are produced from 500 hectares of vineyards, which are situated mainly on the Eisenberg, with Blaufraenkisch being the typical red wine.

The spectrum of Burgenland wine ranges from great white wines and full bodied red wines to an array of noble sweet wines. The shallow Neusiedler See (Lake Neusiedl) is one of the few places on earth where noble rot attacks grapes reliably every year. At the same time, there has been a red wine revolution in Austria during the last 20 years and increasingly Austria’ top red wines tend to come from the Burgenland.

Picture: Christian Schiller with Ernst Triebaumer and his Spouse, Weingut Ernst Triebaumer, Rust, Austria

Picture: "John" Nittnaus, Weingut Anita and Hans Nittnaus, see: Meeting “John” Nittnaus from Gols, Burgenland, Austria

Picture: Annette Schiller with Benedikt Händler, Weingut Prieler, see: Lunch with Silvia Prieler, Weingut Prieler, Schuetzen am Gebirge, Austria

Burgenland was represented by the following winemakers, who mainly brought their top red wines: Bernthaler & Bernthaler, Esterhazy, Feiler-Artinger, Giefing, Goldenits, Groszer Wein, Hans Igler, Jalits, JbN - Jägersberger, Koppitsch, Kummer, Herbert Lassl, Leberl, Leo Hillinger, Mad - Haus Marienberg, Nehrer, Nittnaus, Pöckl, Prieler, Reumann, Rittsteuer, Schützenhof, Seewinkelhof Salzl, Lehner, Triebaumer, Umathum & Zantho, Unger, Wellanschitz, Weninger und Wurzinger.

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Meeting “John” Nittnaus from Gols, Burgenland, Austria

Lunch with Silvia Prieler, Weingut Prieler, Schuetzen am Gebirge, Austria

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

In the Mittelrhein Valley, an UNESCO World Heritage Region – Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

Picture: Kaub with the Castles Pfalzgrafenstein and Burg Gutenfels 

The Mittelrhein Valley is one of the 13 German wine regions. It is a breathtaking region, where excellent wines are produced.

We took a boat trip from Rüdesheim (in the Rheingau) to Bad Salzig (in the Mittelrhein region), where our bus was waiting for us to take us to Zell in the Mosel region. We did not stop at any Mittelrhein winery and did not taste any Mittelrhein wine. But we had a fantastic boat trip.

Next year on the tour, we will stop in Bacherach, stay overnight there and enjoy a tasting with Cecilia Jost, Weingut Toni Jost.

Picture: Cecilia Jost, Weingut Toni Jost, at Kloster Eberbach

Lunch at Restaurant Breuer’s Rüdesheimer Schloss in Rüdesheim, Rheingau

Before boarding the boat, we had lunch at Restaurant Breuer’s Rüdesheimer Schloss in Rüdesheim, which belongs to the world class winemaker Weingut Breuer.

Pictures: Lunch at Breuer’s Rüdesheimer Schloss in Rüdesheim

Weingut Breuer was founded in 1880, and developed into an 80 acre estate with top vineyards in Rauenthal and Rüdesheim. Today, daughter Theresa owns the estate. She is a very talented winemaker. Year after year, she produces wines of the highest quality without jeopardizing her own distinctive style, noticeable in every bottle.

Picture: Theresa Breuer and Christian G.E. Schiller in New York City

In the middle of the hustle and bustle of Rüdesheim, the Breuer’s Rüdesheimer Schloss is an oasis of very good traditional German food and elegant Rieslings from the Breuer winery.

Boat Trip on on the Rhine River

Time to indulge in the breathtakingly beautiful view of the Rhine River and its banks dotted with castles, forts, and ruins dating from the middle ages, passing the famous Loreley Rock and the slopes of the Mittelrhein wine region.

Pictures: Boat Trip on the Rhine River

Beginning just below Bonn and extending about 100 km south along the banks of the Rhine, the Mittelrhein is a beautiful region of steep, terraced vineyards and some of the wine world's most splendid scenery, medieval castles and ruins clinging to rocky peaks, sites of ancient legends where Siegfried, Hagen and the Loreley seem to spring to life.

Nearly three quarters of the vineyards are planted with Riesling. Viticulture was established in the region by the Romans, once they had established the cities of Cologne (Colonia) and Bonn (Bonna). The region saw its heyday in medieval times, at a time when the Cistercian order built the Kloster Heisterbach abbey above Oberdollendorf. The small town of Bacharach is an ancient centre of the wine trade. The name of the town of Bacharach comes from the Roman "Baccara" = "Altar of Bacchus".

The Mittlerhein below St. Goarshausen is one of the few vineyards in the world where phylloxera has not yet struck. Small, family-run wineries are typical of the region. But winemaking in the Mittelrhein is shrinking at a rapid pace. Today, with 500 hectares vineyard area, it is less than 25% of what it was 100 years ago. The slopes are extremely steep, discouraging young winemakers to continue with the tradition of their fathers, while consumers are flooded with reasonably priced and good quality wines from all over the world. However, increasingly young and dynamic winemakers, such as Cecilia Jost, are successfully trying to reverse this trend.

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One of the Bio-dynamic Stars in Germany: Weingut Peter Jakob Kühn in Östrich, Winkel – Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)