Moritz Kissinger and his father, Jürgen, farm 13 hectares in the Rhine valley, producing fresh, mineral wines in the 4th generation. The vineyards are spread out, with some parcels based around Uelversheim and the rest unfolding south from Oppenheim towards Guntersblum along the west bank of the river. Chardonnay, Spätburgunder, Pinot Blanc and Riesling are the main varieties grown here, all of which are handpicked and fermented in oak barrels.
They are driven by the motto: 'diversity is resilient' and are constantly pushing to increase the biodiversity of their vineyards, thus strengthening the ecosystem and the soil which, in turn, fuels healthy grapes.
Philipp met Moritz in 2022 at a Berlin wine fair and was blown away by these wines, that combine a light drinkability with sublime complexity. Null Ohm weiss and rot have both caused a stir in the natural wine world – be sure to get your hands on one before they disappear!