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Weingut Koehler-Ruprecht is one of the oldest wine estates in the Pfalz wine region of Germany. It is best known for its ageworthy Riesling white wines. 

White wines are also made from Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and Scheurebe. Red wines are made from Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) with both the French and German names used across different labels.


Wines undergo long spontaneous fermentations in large old German oak wooden barrels with extended lees contact. Sulfur is added in moderate quantities after alcoholic fermentation and before bottling.

The 10.5 hectares (26 acres) of vineyard holdings (half of which are devoted to Riesling) are located around the city of Kallstadt, with the wine labels of single-vineyard releases featuring the "Kallstadter" designation. The winery is located within the city, on Weinstrasse (Wine Street).

Kallstadter Annaberg
The name dates back around 120 years and originally referred to one winemaker's plot within the site, named after his wife. The vineyard is located at the edge of the forest, and is characterized by a high content of sandstone. Koehler-Ruprecht grows Chardonnay on a section with a chalky substrate in the western part.

Kallstadter Kreidkeller
This vineyard consists of two distinct sections on either side of Annaberg. Its name derives from the chalky soil. 

Kallstadter Saumagen
Saumagen was established in two phases in 1810 and 1836, and runs down the western edge of Kallstadt city. It is considered the best site in the area, and one of the best in Germany. Calcareous limestone gives the Rieslings a distinctive mineral character. Koehler-Ruprecht farms 4 hectares (10 acres) in Saumagen.

Kallstadter Steinacker
Steinacker is a large vineyard area which surrounds Kallstadt on three sides; bordering the city to the south and northeast, and lying beyond Saumagen to the west. Soils are chatacterized by chalk and sanstone. Koehler-Ruprecht grow Riesling and Scheurebe here for wines with residual sweetness.