The Rebholz estate, in the southern Pfalz region of Germany, is a pioneer in organic and natural winemaking. The estate has been certified organic since 2005 and practicing biodynamic since 2006. However, even as far back as 1951, Eduard Rebholz (1889-1966), who received the title Ökonomierat, an honorary title conferred upon a deserving agriculturist, was commenting on his natural approach: "You will receive only natural wine from my cellar, wine that is the result of intense and loving cultivation of the vines and of similar vinicultural methods (no chaptalization, no artificial addition of a Süßreserve or similar fundamental structural changes that alter the native character of the wine and, in my eyes, mean that it is no longer a natural product." The Pinot Blanc Estate is grown on loess loam soils in Siebeldingen & Godramstein and some young vineyards in Im Sonnenschein GG.
Elegant pinot banc with a smell of green apple, herbs and lemon balm. On the palate it has almost smoky note. The wine has a smooth acidity and pale yellow reflexes. Through the dryness of the wine it is a perfect match with lighter dishes like fish and white meat.