Welcome to Winery Buesser-Paukner

 

The Winery Buesser-Paukner is located in Gau-Odernheim, Rheinhessen.

Around the slopes of the Petersberg and in the rhine valley we cultivate in harmony with the nature our vineyards.

Since 2014, we carry on the 97 year old family estate. Authentic and expressive.

Not only our logo should stand for this, but above all our wines and ourselves.

 

Eva

Eva Paukner

 

After completing studies in viticulture in Geisenheim, Eva went out into the wide world of wine. Spain, Argentina, Franconia, Rheingau - in the end she ended up here again in Gau-Odernheim. With many impressions and ideas in her luggage, but without a man. Fortunately for me! Because here we got to know and love each other. For Eva, wine is not only a profession, but a matter close to her heart.

 

 

Andreas Paukner

Active, committed and full of heart and soul - that's what it would mean if I had to describe Andreas. My husband has a great passion in his life - wine.

It is amazing to watch how he fascinates others with his passion. And to be allowed to share this with him is wonderful and fulfilling for me. He also sniffed other "cellar air" after his wine-growing studies. Austria, New Zealand, France, California and other wine regions shape his sense of great wines.

 

 

Andreas

Wines

We structured our product range into estate wines, village wines and single site wines.

The idea behind is the closer the origin, the higher is the quality.

In addition to these two lines, we also offer litre wines and sparkling wines.

 

In the estate wine sector, we attach great importance to clear varietal typicity. The white wines are fermented refrigerated

in stainless steel and then stored on the fine yeast until the new year. Fresh, clear wines with excitement are our "goal" here.

The red wines are aged in used barrique barrels or wooden barrels and mature there for at least one year.

 

The village wines represent their villages Gau-Odernheim and Alsheim and they grow in traditional and best vineyards.

The terroir there characterizes the distinctive taste of these substantial wines.

 

The single site wines are the top of our assortment. Only the best grapes are used for these wines and are produced through a lot of manual work in the vineyard as well as the best climatic conditions. When the wines are matured, the terroir of the location should be emphasised in addition to the longevity of the wines.

 

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Facts

 

  • Land: Area under vine 6 ha – equal to 30.000 vines

  • Vineyards … in Gau-Odernheim: Herrgottspfad, Hösel, Lieberg

                     … in Alsheim: Sonnenberg, Stratzenberg

  • Main grape varieties: Riesling, Pinot noir, Silvaner, Scheurebe, Pinot gris, Chardonnay

  • Climate: Positioned in one of Germany's most sun-rich and rain-poor regions, Gau-Odernheim

    enjoys fantastic climatic conditions for growing grapes. The region sits in the leeward shelter of

    the Hunsrück, Taunus, Odenwald and Northern palatinate highlands, fostering a warm, dry climate

    with warm winters. We typically see just 500 mm of annual precipitation to go with 1.600 hours of sun.

  • Soil:           Loess Aeolian sediment from chalky ice age dust

                     Clay Tertiary river sediment from the original rhine riverbed

                     Limestone deposits from the tertiary sea