The classification of our wines is quickly explained:

The label "Le Grand" is reserved for our Grands Crus, our great growths.
Wines that we would prefer not to sell, but to drink ourselves.

You will find the label "Le Petit" (The Little One) on our local sites, our cru qualities.
These are lighter, elegant wines that make you want to take the next sip.

Our "L'Unique" wines come from our Village qualities. They are wines that are more accessible at an early stage and have a high level of complexity.

Le Grand Chardonnay:
A character Chardonnay with pronounced minerality.
Parker rating:
92 points (2013 vintage)
92+ points (2016 vintage)

Falstaff rating:
91 points (2016 vintage)
96 points (2018 vintage)

Le Grand Pinot Noir:

Small, almost black berries bring power and present tannins to our "Grand".
Its minerality, on the other hand, provides freshness and thus the balance of this powerful, elegant guy.
Parker rating:
92-93 points (vint. 2016)
91 points (vint. 2017)

Falstaff rating:
93 points (vint. 2017)
95 points (vint. 2018)

Le Petit Sauvignon:

Not a cheeky Sauvignon, but one that seduces with minerality and flinty aromatics.
Parker rating:
91 points (vg. 2016)

Le Petit Rouge:
A light, finesse-rich, yet sophisticated Pinot Noir. The Rouge does not hide its cherry fruit and is simply fun to drink with its balanced acidity and tannin structure. At least for us.
Parker rating: 88 points (2014 vintage)

Riehen Winery awarded for "Collection of the Year    

The Basel winery of Silas Weiss and Hanspeter ZiereisenHanspeter Ziereisen was awarded a prize in the new Weinguide Schweiz 2022.
a Special award for its wine collection.