Situated between the Black Forest and the Rhine River, the Baden wine region is an elongated stretch of vineyards in southwestern Germany. Baden is the home of Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) and the southernmost appellation in Germany. Just a stone’s throw from Alsace, or a three hour drive to Burgundy, warm summers with cool nights makes for impressive reds, and increasingly whites. The volcanic Kaiserstuhl serves as the heart of the appellation, while villages such as Malterdingen are famed for their limestone-driven soils. The terroir here is primarily composed of loess soils, complemented by loam, clay, and limestone, the latter being especially prominent in the northern zones.

Baden Wine List

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Baden Producers

Appellations of Baden

Among the renowned sub-regions, Ortenau stands out for its focus on Pinot Noir, Riesling, and Gewürztraminer. The area around Lake Constance also witnesses cultivation of Pinot Noir, along with Müller-Thurgau. The ancient grape variety Gutedel thrives in Markgräflerland, located between Freiburg and the Swiss border.

Grape Varieties of Baden