Skip to content
Autumn colored vineyards around Gols Sun rises through ground fog while wind turbines tower above the vineyards Hillside vineyard with autumn colored leafes Vineyard next to a forest, autumn colored leafes Barrique casks Sonnenmulde wine bottles Late harvest while the leafes show first autumn colours Andreas and Kathrin People at manual wine harvest View towards the illuminated winery at night View towards the winery Barrique storage Trailer filled with fresh grapes at the harvest Rows of grapevines in summer, about 1 month befor the harvest View of vineards starting to change leafe colours in autumn

Something new!

2015-12-12 - 17:45

« 2016 | 2015 | 2014 »
Current News »  Events » 
A bottle of Sämling.

Sämling 2015 in a semi-sweet style. Something new from the Sonnenmulde Winery? Well it is, but not completely - because we have valued Sämling grapes highly for a long time.

For many years the Sämling, or Scheurebe as it is also known, has held a very special place in our wine cellar. Its pronounced aromatic grapes are ideally suited for making noble-sweet dessert wines like Icewine or Trockenbeerenauslese (TBA). But why not try it a little less sweet? A round semi-sweet wine style from fully-ripened grapes could be great too.

That is just our 2015 Sämling. The last time we made a wine like this was in the 1990ies. Since then semi-sweet Pinot Blanc wines took this spot in our wine cellar but this year we decided differently. It was supposed to be a Sämling again and it turned out great. The wine is sweet enough for aromatic, spicy food or light-fruity desserts but not yet too sweet for a glass or two of simple enjoyment. Just try it and see for yourself.

Page Top »