The winery (“weingut”) Weegmüller has been a family winery for twelve generations since 1685. It still operates in the baroque facilities they built in the 1730s. More noteworthy perhaps is that they are also one of the few wineries in Germany owned and run only by women, the sisters Gabriele and Stefanie Weegmüller. Stefanie has over 30 years experience as the cellar master and so is also the first female winemaker in Germany.
Weingut Weegmüller sits in the Pfalz wine village called Haardt just outside Neustadt. Haardt is also called the balcony of the Pfalz because of its incredible views and amount of sunlight. Warm climate plants such as almonds, lemons, and figs even grow in Haardt. Weingut Weegmüller holds 14.5 hectares in the Haardter Herrenletten, Haardter Mandelring, Haardter Herzog, and Haardter Bürgergarten vineyards. Weingut Weegmüller consistently produces premier riesling, grauburgunder (pinot gris), weissburgunder (pinot blanc), scheurebe, rieslaner, and spätburgunder (/shpāt-bur-gūn-dur/) (pinot noir). Legacy, experience, and unique vision are attributes that produce the excellent wines of Weingut Weegmüller. Whether sweet or dry, every style of Weegmüller wine is of the highest quality.