• The cooperative
    Weingärtner Stromberg-Zabergäu


We are a wine cooperative in southern Germany called Weingärtner Stromberg-Zabergäu eG. Our 1.100 winegrowers are farming an area of 750 hectares. Each year we sell about 6 mio. bottles of wine and 150.000 bottles of organic wine.


The cultivated landscape Stomberg-Zabergäu is Germany’s biggest red wine growing area.


Stromberg and Heuchelberg which are two of the main growing areas in Württemberg are within the Stomberg-Zabergäu conservation area. They form the basis of our winegrowers vineyards. Our winegrowers are cultivating their grapes with utmost care on 750 acres of land to produce our magnificent wines.


The mild climate and the rich soil are the ideal conditions for outstanding wines especially the Lemberger which has a prominent role amongst our grape variety.


The perfect conditions also allow us to produce excellent white wines like Riesling and Pinot Gris which is shown in the optimal combination of the extraordinary nature and the highly skilled craftsmanship and care our cellar masters put in our beautiful wines.


Organic Wine:

Since 1993 we are engaged in sustainable and organic wine growing. We see it as our responsibility to take care of the environment we are given. The passionate and gentle cultivation produces wines which could not be more authentic and individual!


Red Wine

White Wine



Pinot Noir



Pinot Gris


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Weingärtner Stromberg-Zabergäu eG


Neipperger Straße 60

D-74336 Brackenheim

Phone: +49 7135 9855-30

Fax: +49 7135 9855-55


e-mail: kranzler@wg-sz.de

Internet: www.wgsz-asia.com

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