Weingut Eva Fricke is a German winery located in Lorch, a small town in the Rheingau wine region. The winery was founded in 2006 by Eva Fricke, who had previously worked for renowned wineries such as Leitz and Schloss Johannisberg.
The winery's philosophy is based on sustainable and organic viticulture practices, with a focus on producing high-quality wines that express the unique terroir of the Rheingau region. The vineyards are located on steep slopes along the Rhine river, with soils consisting of slate, quartzite, and loess.
Eva Fricke produces a range of white wines, including Riesling, Silvaner, and Sauvignon Blanc. The wines are fermented with native yeasts and aged in stainless steel or neutral oak barrels to preserve their natural freshness and purity. The winery's flagship wine is the Riesling "Lorch," which is made from grapes grown on the steep slopes of the Lorch vineyard.
Eva Fricke's wines have received numerous awards and accolades, and the winery has gained a reputation as one of the leading producers of high-quality, terroir-driven wines in the Rheingau region.