Producer Profile

Holger Koch

Holger Koch's wines evoke a nostalgic Burgundian charm, reminiscent of a time before global warming altered the winemaking landscape. Situated near Alsace, with a backdrop of WWII history, the vineyards benefit from a unique terroir and selection massale cuttings from Puligny Montrachet, infusing the wines with a French essence tinged with a German accent. Holger and Gabriele embody this cross-cultural fusion, initially appearing typically German but revealing a romantic generosity that leaves one pondering their French influence.

Where The Wines Come From


Swabia, nestled in the picturesque landscapes of southern Germany, presents an intriguing profile in its natural wines. Embracing organic and biodynamic farming practices, Swabian winemakers craft wines that reflect the purity and authenticity of the region's terroir. With a focus on indigenous grape varieties such as Trollinger, Lemberger, and Riesling, Swabia's natural wines boast a distinctive character and charm. They captivate the senses with enticing aromas of ripe orchard fruits, floral notes, and hints of herbs. On the palate, these wines showcase a vibrant acidity, a delicate balance of fruit flavors, and a subtle earthiness that speaks to the region's rich history and diverse soils. Swabia's natural wines offer a unique and compelling expression of German winemaking tradition, embodying the essence of the land and the dedication of its passionate vintners.