We’re delighted to see these reviews of our wines by Tara Q. Thomas in the February issue of…
Classically Crafted Wines from the Pfalz Region of Germany
Introducing Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Sparkling Rosé
This nonvintage wine is another dellcious new idea from Ernst Loosen. It is made in a style that is true to the Pinot Noir grape, which produces the most elegant and delightful sparkling wines in the world. A very enjoyable and invigorating rosé Sekt. The perfect drink to welcome friends or to enjoy outside on the patio.
Learn All About Our Vineyards
At Villa Wolf, we use an unofficial, Burgundy-style classification of the vineyards, based on an 1828 property value assessment.
There are three levels of vineyard quality: First Growth (grand cru), Second Growth (premier cru) and Village vineyards.
Stuart Pigott Reviews Villa Wolf on JamesSuckling.com
Villa Wolf Pinot Gris 2016: “A very clean and rather polished dry pinot gris that is lively and appealing.” 89 points
Villa Wolf Riesling Wachenheimer Belz Dry 2016: “Cool and crisp with cassis and white-flower aromas. This is a very attractive and rather elegant dry Pfalz riesling with a long, quite mineral finish.” 91 points
Villa Wolf Riesling Foster Pechstein Dry 2016: “Still yeasty and a bit cloudy, this is quite a concentrated wine with pronounced lime-marmalade note and a long-elegant finish.”