Dessertwijn produced from grapes harvested later in the growing season and, as a result, more concentrated. The pairing with the robust flavor of dark chocolate creates a genuine taste sensation. The BLUE NUN wine trademark is among the earliest in Germany. It has a lengthy history of producing high-quality wines, and consequently, these wines have spread throughout the globe. The brand is deserving of the term “icon.” Hermann Sichel founded his winery in Mainz in 1857. In 1921, H. Sichel Sohne was at the genesis of the BLUE NUN brand when it was determined to bestow a special new label, BLUE NUN, on the outstanding wine from the 1921 vintage. This brand gained instantaneous acclaim and was served, among others, in the finest London Michelin-starred restaurants. In the early 1930s, a minimum of one thousand crates of the same brand were transported to the United Kingdom, which was unusual for the time. This wine’s international popularity persists to the present day. Sichel and Langguth founded the current BLUE NUN in 1995. The emphasis is placed on winemaking quality. This wine is continually improved by employing the most advanced techniques. Over time, the wine has become a little bit drier, while its flavor has also become a little bit crisper. BLUE NUN has been conferred the predicate “Qualitatswein” as a result of the winery’s commitment to achieving continuous improvement.