So why doesn’t KESSLER produce sparkling wines from its own wine? Our founder, Georg Christian von Kessler, already answered this question 190 years ago. Although he himself owned a large vineyard near Heilbronn, and would later also own vineyards on the Neckarhalde (located in Esslingen am Neckar), he decided that, for the sake of quality, it would be better to be able to select the most suitable base wines freely, and to be able to focus solely on the complex refinement process. Since then, KESSLER has obtained its wines from prestigious vineyards in Germany and abroad. So, today we now see Chardonnay and Burgundy wine from the Trentino in Italy, and Rieslings from German growing regions.