Be it Rieslings, sparkling wines or red wines – keeping the old and creating the new was always the motivation of the Fleischer winery. The Fleischer family has leased the winery from the city of Mainz since 1994.
The winery has created awine called «50 degrees north» and with it protects the temperate rainforest in western Canada. It is a riesling from the Bodenheimer vineyard in Hechtsheim.
The Information platform Mainz& writes, “The German vineyards and the rainforest that is protected with the purchase of this bottle are both at latitude 50 degrees north. That is why the wine is named «50 degrees north» the vine leaf and the maple leaf meat on the label. With every bottle sold, five square meters of Grizzlyland in the Toba Valley of Canada are protected. It is the first certified organic wine from the Fleischer Winery. The point is to halt the theft of nature in primeval areas, so that our children can experience them too.”