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Dengler-Seyler Maikammer (Pfalz)


Size: 15 hectares

Production 100,000 bottles

Grapes varieties: Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Muscat, Scheurebe


Organic viticulture


Matthias Seyler had a background in business, but the girl next door he married happened to have a wine estate, so he retrained and now they run it together. Maikammer is one of the principal winegrowing villages in the Southern Pfalz, with a history of viticulture dating back to Roman times.


At Dengler-Seyler a wide variety of soils allows many different varietals to be grown successfully. The estate’s prime site, the Heiligenberg is composed of limestone and gives elegant Rieslings; the sandstone soils of Obern Weinsper give more powerful wines, and there is minimal intervention in the cellar to allow the terroirs to shine through. They have recently expanded into new facilities outside the village, allowing more space to process the grapes quickly and gently.

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