Weingut Weegmüller has over 300 years of winemaking history. The Weegmüller sisters Stefanie and Gabrielle have excelled in making delicious wines from the Palatinate region for over 30 years. Having started in 1984, owner Stefanie was one of the first female winemakers in Germany’s wine industry. Not only has she mastered all the technical aspects of winemaking, but she brings both heart and soul to her work. Gabrielle carefully manages the commercial aspects of the business. The vineyards are farmed organically and the yields are restricted to gain concentration and weight, resulting in wines that are wonderfully rich and food friendly.
The Scheurebe (pronounced "sh-oy-rebe") grapes are produced in the outstanding vineyard sites of the Mittelhaardt. Almost 90% of Weingut Weegmüller's vineyards are located in the top classified region of Haardt. This district takes its name from the lowlying Haardt mountains, which play a vital role in the terroir here. The soils are made up of marl, loam and clay.