The largest German wine-growing region in Rheinhessen can do way more than just produce wine for the masses. Dorothee Wörner is living proof of this. After a stroke of fate, she took over her parents' winery last year. Together with her mother and sister, she now brings her own wines to the bottle. She focuses is on the focuses on making wine that is fine and fruity. She learned her craft from her colleague Jochen Dreissigacker. Now Doro shows that young winemakers in Rheinhessen have what it takes. The vineyard revamp is even represented on the labels, with the crane representing a new chapter in the history of the Wörner Winery with a young women winemaker at the helm. Keep it up!