Schmitt Söhne family winery
During its evolution from a small local winery to one of the leaders in German wine exports, Schmitt Söhne has never lost sight of its focus: to produce wines of first-class quality that meet modern customer as well as market requirements and developing innovative projects in line with the spirit of the times.
Our “Thomas Schmitt Private Collection” Estate Bottled wines are made from the finest Mosel Rieslings and an exceptional Mosel Pinot Noir. Specifically collected for our valued customers who appreciate exquisite wines. This collection offers a QbA, Kabinett, Spätlese and Auslese, as well as a QbA-Dry and a Pinot Noir. “Extraordinary,” “classy” and “first-class” are the flattering characterizations given to these wines by our fans/customers.
Our “Relax Range” offers a wide selection of easy going wines with clean and straightforward labels. With its modern design and approachable taste profile, the Relax Range appeals to a broad spectrum of wine drinkers. The name Relax and the motto “Refresh! Relax! Repeat!” perfectly convey what the wines are all about. Enjoying them, you can just lean back and relax.
The “Schmitt Söhne Family-series” is the success story of Schmitt Söhne in the USA. This series was first introduced in 1996 in the distinctive blue bottle to create a new market trend. The grapes for these wines are grown in the slate soil typical to the Mosel valley of the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer region as well as in the Rheinhessen areal. Today, these wines are the most successful German Rieslings in North American and in a great number of other countries as well.
The “FÜNF” label is a delightful wine developed for a generation that’s open for fun. FÜNF Wines consist of a Riesling from Germany, a Moscato from Italy and a refreshing and fruity Sangria from Spain. These wines became an instant hit among younger wine enthusiasts.
The “Global Roaming” selection is dedicated to wine lovers who prefer dry wines. None of the wines in this category (Global Roaming Riesling, Global Roaming Pinot Grigio, Global Roaming Cape Rosé and a Global Roaming Pinot Noir) contain more than 9g/L residual sugar. These wines are selected from growing regions all across the world, starting with Germany and South Africa.