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|Vineyard/Cellar Practices||Sustainably Grown|
Annette Borell and Thomas Diehl married in 1990, and combined their families’ three wineries into one with both of their family names. They started with a mere 5 hectares but have expanded to 35, all within 5km of Hainfield in the Pfalz. They have a unique soil variety, including loess, limestone, and red sandstone with deposits of minerally limestone as well. George, the eldest son of Annette and Thomas, is set to take over leadership at the estate, having gained experience in other reputable wineries in Germany and New Zealand. He will continue the focus on quality wines of exceptional value from land that sees no systemic pesticides or herbicides. Müller-thurgau was created in Switzerland for simple table wines, but has become the most widely planted varietal in Germany, making wines of quality. Borell-Diehl’s is made in the classic style: dry, fresh, limey, and super crisp. Sustainably grown.