Climat note: the most expensive white wine in the world-Germany Igong-Muller


Speaking of German wine, the first one must be Ray, and Commander Lei has become a business card displayed to the world by German wine to the world.

Speaking of the world’s well -known sweet white wine, then you will definitely think of the Chateau d ’Yquem in the Bordeaux Suspi area of ​​France.

But to say that the most expensive sweet white wine in the world, Weingut Egon Muller Scharzhof (hereinafter referred to as Yimu), is not only the German wine king, but also the world’s white The king of wine has never been surpassed for many years.

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Yimu Winery is located in the Vitting root area of ​​Mosel’s production area. Lei Ray wine.


The history of Yimu Winery dates back to SANKT Maria Von Trier around 700 years, located on a hill named Scharzhofberg near the town of Vengen.

In 1794, the French army captured Germany and occupied the entire Rhine Rhine region, which was rich in wine, and the huge vineyards owned by the church and nobles were filled in auction.

In 1797, Jean-Jacques Koch, the current Gao Gao Jean of Egon Muller IV, the owner of the owner, took the opportunity to buy the winery.

After Corch’s death, the vineyard was divided into seven children. His daughter, Elisabeth, married Felix Muller. In addition to the vineyards that were obtained, they also purchased many vineyards.


Around 1850, the area of ​​the winery vineyard has expanded to about twice the previous. In 1887, the father -in -law of Elizabeth’s second son, Eligon Mules I, bought other plots of the winery (the real estate in the hands of other children of Corch).

Subsequently, he expanded the layout of Yimu Winery through the acquisition of wineries and vineyards, and continued to improve the quality of wine. Since 1985, Mules IV has been learning to run wineries with his father.

It was not until 1991 that Mu La III officially handed the management rights of the winery to Muller IV. To this day, the winery has been owned by the family.

Good deserved “King of Ries of Germany”

As we all know, the planting range of brewed grapes is generally between 30-50 degrees latitude. Therefore, Germany can be said to be the northernmost wine area in the world.

Although the cold climate is not suitable for growing red grape varieties, white grapes have excellent performance under this limit, and Commander Lei is unique.

The Lei Commander produced by Yimu Winery is undoubtedly the best Lei Commander in Germany. Trockenbeenausile is selected by granularity.

The annual output of Yimu Winery TBA wine is between 100-200 bottles. Things are rare. At the annual auction, the white wine of the Rayson Rayson Rayson Winery can always make a stunning high price. Therefore, the wine commander of Yimu Winery also won the reputation of “the King of Ries of Germany”.

In addition, Yimu TBA also ranked among the “Rare Treasures -World Top 100 Wine” by Professor Chen Xinmin, a well -known wine writer in Taiwan; in 1975, Yimu TBA was also included in “The 100 Most precious Peerless Wine in the World”.

The most expensive sweet white wine in the world

According to the latest data of WINE-Searcher, the current 50 most expensive wine lists in the world, 4 models in Yimu Winery are columns, namely

The second place in the grape -by -grape selected wine is currently 5,464 pounds/bottle;

The 15th place is selected from the 15th place, which is currently 1,837 pounds/bottle;

Eiswein Gold Cap, which is ranked 16th, is currently 1,749 pounds/bottle;

And Eiswein, which is ranked 25th, is currently 1,449 pounds/bottle.

Among the 50 most expensive wines, the price of Yimu TBA is second only to the first-ranked red wine, Domaine de La Romanee-Conti Romanee-Conti Grand Cru.

In other words, this wine is currently the most expensive sweet white wine in the world. It is worth mentioning that Yimu’s TBA output is very scarce, with an annual output of only 100-200 bottles (and very few years of production); therefore, Romani Kangdi, an annual output of 6,000 bottles, is not comparable.

The best wine can often be self -cultivation

The brewing concept of Yimu Winery is The Best Wines are the one that “Make Themslves” (the best wine can often be self -cultivation), so whether in the process of planting and brewing, Yimu Winery fully respects nature. Never take measures of chaptalisation.

Therefore, the sugar in the sweet white wine produced by the winery is completely accumulated from naturally. In order to achieve the ideal maturity, Yimu Winery will care carefully when planting, harvesting, and pressing, so the wine produced from the need for a clarification agent to achieve perfect transparency.

Global Top Family Alliance PFV


These family members have their own unique vineyards. They are all prestigious wineries in the world. They also brew the world’s most well -known and top wines.

Among them, the industry owned by these families is even the pride representatives of their country, such as the German wine king Imu, the Italian wine king Xishi Jajia and the Spanish wine king of Bigria.

It can be said that it is difficult to have any other organizations that will have such a great appeal and influence of PFV. Yimu can join such an organization. It shows that its strength cannot be underestimated.

High price and quality


As we all know, the climate of the German wine production area is very harsh, but Yimu Winery has not been defeated by this harsh climate, but makes full use of the grapes produced under this climate to make top TBA wines, high climate risk and picking And the heavy artificial artificially consumed by the selected grapes has greatly raised the production cost of Yimu.

In addition, due to the cold climate in Germany, most of the Riesds grew on the slope of the Rhine River. The slope here is extremely large. Therefore, it is very difficult to plant, which greatly reduces the output of grapes.

Some people have roughly counted: calculated in the same area, 50,000 bottles of expensive rotten wine can be produced in the Supu production area in France; but in the Rhine region in Germany, it can only produce about 250 bottles. It is an important reason for the high price of wines above the German BA level.


The TBA output of Yimu Winery is the most scarce, with an annual output of 100-200 bottles. It is not comparable to the world’s most expensive wine Romani Kang Emperor with an annual output of 6,000 bottles;

It is even more important to be the same as expensive rotten sweet white but annual output of 150,000 to 200,000 bottles.

As the saying goes, things are rare, and such a low output naturally creates super high prices.


More importantly, in addition to the low annual output, Yimu TBA’s production year is even more pitiful.

Although in order to pursue the excellent quality of wine, many wineries will discontinue production in ordinary years.

However, there are almost no wineries like Yimu. In the past century, Yimu has produced TBA in only 7 years.

Among them, in 2005, the total amount of grape juice produced in Yimu’s vineyard was only 15L.


Under normal circumstances, it can only produce 50L.

consumer group

The TBA of Yimu Winery has never been sold to private buyers. In fact, TBA is also extinct in the general market. The only way to get TBA is the auction.

We all know that there are some rich owners at the auction. Their spending power can be said to be different than ordinary consumers.

Therefore, as long as Yimu TBA appears, it will be taken away at a high price.


Yimu’s alcohol is generally only 5.5%-7%, and sometimes it can reach 9%.

The German Ramen, represented by Yimu, generally has a more firmer acidity, so it tastes more fresh and bright, and at the same time, it can complement the sweetness and aroma in the wine.

It can be said that in terms of taste, Yimu can almost meet your requirements for sweet wine.

Favorite year

As mentioned earlier, Yimu has very few years of production. At present, there are only 13 present years displayed on Wine-Searcher.

Therefore, each bottle of Yimu TBA has a collection value and is a real sweet model.

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