2021 Dönnhoff Weissburgunder, Nahe, Germany

Quintessential dry Weissburgunder from the Nahe valley. Fully fermented with the characteristic minerality and subtle elegance for which the variety is known.



DÖNNHOFF Weißburgunder (Pinot Blanc) is grown on the sloping sites of the middle Nahe region in weathered volcanic soil and loess loam. Age of vines 20 - 30 years
100% selective hand harvest. Fermentation and ca. 4 months maturing in a classic large barrel made of German oak.


The Dönnhoff Family is proud to call Oberhausen an der Nahe home. Running from Niederhausen to Schloßböckelheim, the majestic landscapes of the Nahe Valley have held sway over us for more than 250 years. The first official mention of the Dönnhoff name dates back to 1761; the family‘s own history book details the early flowering of 1781 and the bumper grape harvest of 1784. Helmut Dönnhoff‘s grandfather laid the cornerstone for the estate‘s success. Right from the outset Hermann Dönnhoff (1880-1953) focused his attention on planting Riesling vines in prized vineyards, and by the 1920s was filling his wines into bottles and selling the finest of them by their individual vineyard names. We owe our undying thanks to his son Hermann Jr. (1916-1991) not just for the cultivation of our “Oberhäuser Brücke” site, but also for the construction of the press house in 1936 and the estate‘s first cellar space. In 1953 the estate received a Merit of Honor from the government for its outstanding viticultural achievements.


Grape(s) Pinot Blanc
Farming Sustainable