The town of Bechtheim, just west of the Rhine River in Germany, is the home of the Weinreich (literally, “rich in wines”) family, who've been growing wine in the area for generations. Marc and Jan took over the estate in 2009 when their father passed away, and have moved forward with organic certification since (having practiced organic farming long before that). Of course, they grow Riesling, but they also work with the Burgundian family of varieties, as well as other German grape varieties such as Bacchus, Kerner, Muller-Thurgau and Dornfelder. Marc has recently spearheaded a new line of wines, called Natürlich Weinreich, bottled unfined and unfiltered and without the addition of sulphur. The overall commitment to quality and tradition at the winery is unwavering, and they continue to push boundaries and produce astounding and long lived wines that will excite for a decade of more after bottling.