REVOLUZZER WINES from the Rheingau

Hallgarten, a little village within the wine area „Rheingau“, situated 100 m above the Rhine . It is, where the blacksmith versed the devil’s horse and got the "Hallgarten Forceps" for it. Where the revolutionaries prepared the first National Assembly of 1848, where the first Tree of Liberty in the Rheingau was set up. This is where BIBO RUNGE wine is made.

Gently ascending curves through the vineyards of the Rheingau lead the road to Hallgarten. A look back displays one of the most beautiful outlooks over the Rhine Valley. In the Rheingau, the Rhine river has its only East-West bend creating the basis for the specific growing attributes of the region: South-facing hillsides for optimal sunlight exposure and water from the Rhine, which stores the heat within the grapes. To this adds a tender, cool breeze from the nearby Taunus mountains – perfect for Riesling and Pinot Noir.

Ancient patrician timbered houses and wine cellars: anywhere in Hallgarten more than 900 years of history and winemaking tradition are alive. In oak barrels, in a small wine cellar located in the heart of the village – the BIBO RUNGE wines mature.

"Too bad you can't caress wine."
Kurt Tucholsky

When quality enthusiasts are at work people take notice

Three grapes in the Gault-Millau, in the third year after the winery was founded, is testament to the exceptional quality of our wines.

Vinum 2019 praises our "delicate wines with great finesse, structure and character".

Eichelmann 2019 is highly impressed with our "splendid collection" of "powerful yet very elegant wines of vintage 2017".

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Decanter silver medal for REVOLUZZER 2016

We are very happy about 92 points and a silver medal for our REVOLUZZER 2016 at the Decanter World Wine Awards. At the beginning of May, 280 international wine experts tasted and evaluated more than 16,500 wines from 57 countries in London. Now in its 16th year, the Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) is the world's largest and most influential wine competition. Judged by the top wine experts from around the globe, the DWWA is trusted internationally for its rigorous judging process. A silver medal means that it is a very accomplished wine, with impressive complexity.

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