Located at Germany’s smallest wine growing region, Vinum Autmundis, is a cooperative in the town of Gross-Umstadt it is also called the “wine island”.
Not that small – at least for German standards - is the production of Vinum Autmundis, nor is the quality standard it hold itself to.
Oliver Schröbel, Managing Director of Vinum Autmundis, worked at the famous Henkell winery earlier in his career and is a committed advocate to the region.
The vineyards are located along the slopes of the Odenwald Forest. The climate here is mild and spring is known to arrive here first – ahead other regions in Germany. The Romans observed this fact almost 2,000 years ago, started growing wine in Gross-Umstadt – and named it “Autmundis”!
Vinum Autmundis’ strength are certainly the fruit-forward Rieslings and Pinot Blancs displaying an elegant and balanced style with pleasant, mineral notes.
In 2015, Vinum Autmundis received the prestigious Federal Honors Award for the fifth time, as well as the State Honors Award.
The leading wine guide "Gault&Millau Germany 2016" recommends them.
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