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    We love german wines.

    In our wine store in Boppard, in the valley of the river rhine we are selling some of the best german Rieslings and Pinots since more than 30 years.

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    Kronengasse 16, 56154 Boppard

    Telephone:+49 6742 2678

    FAX:+49 6742 8967226

    E-mail: mail[at]vineum.com

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    Geschenke & Wein am Markt GmbH
    Kronengasse 16
    56154 Boppard, Germany

    E-Mail: mail@vineum.com

    Responsible for content: Christian Firnkes

    VAT ID (USt-IdNr.): DE 253 125 899

    Registered Headquarter: Boppard/Rhein
    Register Court: Amtsgericht Koblenz
    Register Number: HRB 20614

    CEO: R. Machhaus, Ch. Firnkes

  • about us

    We are a wine store in Boppard, in the valley of the river rhine. As a family business we are selling wines from this region since more than 30 years. In April 2010 after a complete refurbishment, we opened VINEUM - our winestore with wines from the best wine growing regions in Germany. We match our range of wines with high quality crystal glasses, wine decanters/caraffes, accessories as well as selected delicatessen. Our range of wines includes rieslings and pinot noirs from celebrated german winemakers, but also wines from small and (outside Germany) fairly unknown family wineries - our personal recomendations with respect to price and quality.

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  • We ship wines worldwide

    Region 1 EUROPE
    €18 for either 6, 12 or 18 bottles
    Priority shipping including insurance; delivery time 5 to 8 working days

    Belgien, Bulgarien, Dänemark, Färöer, Grönland, Estland, Finnland, Frankreich, Griechenland, Großbritannien (inklusive Kanalinseln), Irland, Italien, Lettland, Litauen, Luxemburg, Malta, Monaco, Niederlande, Österreich, Polen, Portugal, Rumänien, Schweden, Slowakei, Slowenien, Spanien (inklusive Kanarische Inseln, Ceuta + Melilla), Tschechische Republik, Ungarn, Zypern.

    Region 2 EUROPE Special
    €25 for either 6, 12 or 18 bottles
    Priority shipping including insurance; delivery time 5 to 8 working days

    Norway, Switzerland

    Region 3 WORLD Special
    €60 for either 6, 12 or 18 bottles
    Shipping including packaging,insurance; delivery time 3 to 6 weeks

    USA, Japan, Korea (North or South).

    Region 4 WORLD
    €38 for either 6 or 12 bottles
    €50 for 18 bottles
    Shipping including packaging, insurance; delivery time 2 to 3 weeks

    Andorra, Bosnien-Herzegowina, Georgien, Gibraltar, Island, Kasachstan, Kroatien, Liechtenstein, Mazedonien, Republik Moldau, Russische Förderation, Serbien (inkl. Kosovo), Türkei, Ukraine, Weißrussland.

    Region 5 WORLD
    €65 for either 6 or 12 bottles
    €90 for 18 bottles
    Shipping including packaging, insurance; delivery time 3 to 6 weeks

    Argentinien, Australien, Brasilien, Chile, VR China, Hongkong, Indien, Israel, Kanada, Kolumbien, Malaysia, Mexiko, Neuseeland, Peru, Singapur, Südafrika, Taiwan, Thailand, Venezuela.

    If your country is not listed above, ask for a special quote!

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  • Ahr

    Red wine valley.

    The Ahr region is Germany’s northernmost wine-growing area and with only 525 hectares area it is the third smallest one. The steep slopes above the river are particularly suitable for growing red wine. This is the reason why wine lovers very much enjoy travelling to the highly praised „German Paradise of Red Wine“.

    The ancient Romans already appreciated the Ahr valley very much as a wine-growing area.

    They settled down between the Eifel and the Rhine and cultivated the first grapes in the area. The outstanding Ahr valley, located in the northern Rhineland-Palatinate, is today one of the most distinguished wine-growing areas in Germany. The winemakers of the Ahr region are one of the leading German wine producers. They have turned the small wild and romantic valley in the northern Rhineland-Palatinate into a treasure trove.

    The winemakers of the Ahr follow the philosophy “Quality instead of Quantity”.

    Quality is a priority. And this is well known to connoisseurs and wine lovers, as well as specialized journalists from all over the world, who easily start enthusing about this perfect combination of tradition, innovation and joyful experiments. The wines and winemakers of the Ahr valley attract everybody’s attention, they are award-winning and frequently honoured: as red wine of the year, winemaker of the year, region of the year and many more...

    There is a price to pay for quality though...

    ...and the winemakers are paying this with their difficult work on extremely steep vineyards. With only 520 hectares of vineyards the Ahr valley is tenth out of thirteen wine-growing areas in Germany. There is a price to pay for high quality: In order to prune the vine or bring in the grape harvest the winemakers often have to climb up steep slopes and rugged crevices, where often only very few vines are growing next to each other and where the use of machinery is impossible.

  • Mittelrhein

    Fruitiness and minerality

    The Middle Rhine is a small wine-growing area along the 120 kilometre stretch between Bingen and Bonn and has approximately 500 hectares of vineyards, 85% of which are located on terraced slopes. In the interest of increasing quality, vineyards are subject to a voluntary quantity limit and produce an average of only 60 hectolitres per hectare. This deliberately low quantity is one of the reason for the excellent quality of wines from the Middle Rhine.

    A wine’s character is most significantly determined by both climate and soil.

    Located in the Rhenish Slate Mountains, the Middle Rhine area offers optimal conditions for viticulture. The flow of mild air from the south into the Rhine Valley creates the ideal climate for the vines planted in the area. Because the water in the Rhine stores heat, acting as a temperature equaliser, frosts seldom occur in the narrow Middle Rhine valley, even at extremely low temperatures. The mean annual temperature is 9.4° C.

    Wine growing in the area benefits from moderate winters, early springs, and vegetation that lasts until late autumn.

    This climate is particularly suited to Riesling, by far the most- widely grape variety in the area. Average rainfall is at its highest in June, July, and August. The vines are particularly dependent on summer rainfall as terraced soil loses water at a particularly high rate. Here, it is not hot, dry summers, but rather warm summers with sufficient rain that make for excellent vintages.

    In addition to the production of wine,

    many vineyards sell part of their Riesling harvest to sparkling wine producers. Sparkling wine is a tradition in the Middle Rhine, and as early as the beginning of the 19th century, Riesling from the Rhine area was recognised as being well suited to the production of sparkling wine, with a number of "Champagne" makers becoming established in Coblence. Schnapps, liquors, and fine brandies are also produced by many winemakers.