The estate, founded in 1880 as part of a wine merchant company, has been owned by the Breuer family since the beginning of the 20th century. Georg Breuer enlarged the estate and increased the export of wines. His sons Bernhard and Heinrich and later Bernhard’s daughter Theresa expanded the vineyard size to 34 hectares in the best Rüdesheim and Rauenthal sites. From the early 80’s Bernhard Breuer’s efforts gained an international reputation for the estate. Today it is managed by his daughter Theresa Breuer and production manager of many years, Hermann Schmoranz, with the assistance of cellar master Markus Lundén.
Georg Breuer cultivate 34 hectares of vineyards in Rheingau, in Rüdesheim (27ha) and in Rauenthal (7ha), 62% of which is on steep slopes. Grape varieties: 81% Riesling, 10% Pinot Noir, 4% Pinot Gris, 5% Pinot Blanc, Orléans and Heunisch. AWARDS: 100 Best German Estates in Euro-Magazin / Handelsblatt 1988 to 2013; Gault Millau Wine Guide Germany 2013: 4 grapes; Stuart Pigott: leading german vintners 1997; Feinschmecker 1996-2010: The 100 Best German Estates; World Wine Guide: Slow Food Wein-Plus.de: 5 stars; 2001 best vintner of the region; Eichelmann: excellent producer *****; Falstaff: Vintner of the year 2016.