The history of the Becker-Landgraf winery started in the 17th century with the Oelhof family. In the early 19th century Georg Becker married the Oelhof family's only daughter. Becker was a senior teacher in Mainz and ran the winery as a hobby. At the time, the wine was sold in small wooden barrels and supplied by rail. After the Second World War the family was forced out of Mainz, moving to their secondary residence in Gau-Odernheim.
Becker-Landgraf Riesling Feinherb 2007.
Not totaly dry, but not cloying.