The oldest winegrower in the Netherlands has been making Dutch wine since 1977; red wine and white wine; in a vineyard in Made (municipality of Drimmelen) in North Brabant; adjacent to the water-rich nature park De Biesbosch. Called vineyard THE LINIE. Marius van Stokkom is therefore a pioneer in viticulture in the Netherlands.
There is only from classic old grape varieties; like from Alsace; in a sustainable manner; made wine. Varieties such as Gewürztraminer, Riesling, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir. The white wine has a clear French character and after vinification is assembled from several grape types. Most of the Pinot Noir is destined for the white wine, which makes it fuller in color and taste. Like with Blanc de Noir.
However, the red wine and rosé (sometimes) are varietal wines. You can also taste the wine and buy wine in the vineyard.