Left of the Rhine, between Mainz and Worms lays one of Germany’s largest and oldest wine regions, the Rheinhessen. Even the Romans realized the area's potential for viticulture: lots of sunshine, low levels of precipitation, rich soil and valuable red slate slopes. The roots of Heyl zu Herrnsheim can be traced back to 1561, when monks from Worms were searching for suitable locations for their vines. Today, the estate is known as a pioneer of organic viticulture, its skill and commitment evident in this lush, easy drinking dry Riesling. Candied lime, green apple, light peach, and sweet melon flavors are backed by mouthwatering acidity and enticing minerality, making this an ideal partner for spicy cuisine, light seafood dishes, and vegetarian fare.