Wine maker Hans-Jakob Fuchs
Weingut Fuchs is a traditional German wine estate, owned by the Fuchs family who have been winemakers since 1626.
Located in the south-west of Germany we enjoy a mild and sunny climate, excellent for growing vines. The rich, fertile soil of our region (Rheinhessen and Pfalz) allows us to grow several vines with high level soil requirements.
From working in the vineyards and cellars to marketing the finished product – everything is self-made.
Our grapes are allowed to ripen fully, which along with our wealth of knowledge stemming from many generations of experience, makes our wines rich and flavoursome.
Our white wines have wonderful bouquets, some of them like Pinot blanc have delicate and discreet flavours, while others like Huxel are fruity, spicy and intense.
Our red wines are full-bodied and range from ruby Pinot noirs to deep velvety reds of Dornfelder or Dunkelfelder.
are also made from our luscious red grapes.
We offer dry and semi-dry wines as well as scrumptious, sweet ones.
Please click on the link for detailed descriptions.
As well as our wines we offer several specialities such as a sweet grapes liqueur and different brandies – one of which is matured for more than 20 years in a wooden barrel.
(omphacium, verjus) is the juice of green grapes, used instead of lemon or vinegar as a flavour enhancing ingredient in cuisine. Its sourness is milder than that of vinegar and its scent much more fragant than that of lemon. Verjuice was well known in ancient Europe and in the Middle Ages as a delicious and healthy cooking ingredient as well as a powerful medicine … more about verjuice
For cooking with verjuice please click on Verjuice recipes.
Fuchs champagne/sekt is available in three variations:
carbonated … as delicious as a good champagne! Available: Versecco dry and Versecco medium …more about Versecco
We are looking forward to answering your questions, please contact us
D-67592 Floersheim-Dalsheim, Germany
phone 0049-6243-213 – fax 0049-6243-6116
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