Württemberg is a wine region in southwest Germany, in the state of Baden-Württemberg. The region is known for its red wine production, particularly from the Lemberger grape variety, also known as Blaufränkisch. The vineyards are planted on steep slopes along the rivers Neckar and Rems, and the region benefits from a warm climate and a long growing season.
In addition to Lemberger, Württemberg also produces red wines from other grape varieties, such as Trollinger, Pinot Noir and Dornfelder. These wines are typically medium-bodied, with flavors of cherry, raspberry and a hint of spice. The region also produces some white wines, such as Riesling and Kerner, but these are less common.
Württemberg wines are classified according to their level of maturity, with the most common levels being Kabinett, Spätlese and Auslese. These wines vary in sweetness, with Kabinett being the driest and Auslese being the sweetest.