In Oberkirch today, wine is grown on a total area of around 550 hectares. Of this, 430 hectares are marketed cooperatively by the Oberkirch Winegrowers Association and the remaining area is operated by private vineyards. The range of varieties is wide: Müller-Thurgau, Klingelberger (Riesling), Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and the Scheurebe are cultivated here. The Riesling, also known in the region as “Klingelberger”, as well as Burgundy varieties, especially the Pinot Noir, characterise the vineyards of this idyllic valley. It is therefore no surprise that Oberkirch, with an area of 250 hectares, is one of the largest Pinot Noir areas in Germany.