Andi Mann

Andi Mann is one of Germany's up-and-coming natural wine producers. The small winery focuses entirely on natural vineyards, hand harvesting and craftsmanship. His secret ingredients: Volcanic rock soil and time.

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Müller Thurgau 2021

winestyle-img Fresh & Juicy
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
170 kr
170 kr/L

Rosa X 2021

winestyle-img Light & Juicy
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Like an embrace of strong, warmer aromas from pepper to coriander, cloves, vanilla to tobacco and leather.
Juicy, Animating
170 kr
170 kr/L

Bringing the origin into the bottle as naturally as possible

Andi Mann appears sensitive. He radiates a special harmony and above all a naturalness. Talking about his wine and what is important to him, it becomes clear that these personality traits are also the most important foundation of his wine production.

Andi Mann strives to cultivate his 10 hectares of vines as holistically as possible. That means identifying the cycles of nature, working in harmony with them and giving the wines the time they need in the cellar for optimal ripeness.

The careful treatment of his vines is a matter of course. In addition to sustainable viticulture, Andi Mann thus pursues the goal of bringing the origin of the wines into the bottle as naturally as possible.

Volcanic rock, known as Porphyr as special soil

Andi cultivates special plots: the Eckelheimer north slope is characterised by volcanic rock (porphyry), which gives his wines an elegant and cooler line and also sometimes brings a smoky note into play. In addition to the volcanic rock, the winery also has vineyards on limestone soils, which produces a wonderfully diversified range of flavours.

The focus is on both the German classics Riesling and Müller Thurgau, but typical Burgundian grape varieties such as Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay are also skilfully processed alongside Silvaner and Dornfelder.

Andi Mann, a newcomer from 1699

Andreas Mann is undoubtedly part of the celebrated new scene of German natural wine winemakers. The Mann wine family, however, established its roots a long time ago: Andi is now the eleventh generation of winemakers and thus continues the tradition, or one should actually say: takes it to a new level of quality.

Before he embarked on his winemaking existence, however, he took a diversion and studied economics in Bochum after graduating from high school. Luckily for us, he came back to it and with the decision to take over the winery came a new approach to producing special wine sustainably and in harmony with nature.