The quality of our wine is decided by the careful work in the vineyard!

Our wines are individualists, that reflect their very special terroir!

Rüdesheim vineyard sites such as berg rottland, berg roseneck, bischofsberg, klosterberg and klosterlay are among the best riesling & pinot noir sites in the Rheingau. 

The distinctive south-facing sites/locations and the mineral soils mixed with the heat-storing weathered slate give our wines an opulent and fascinating flavor.

“Wines that you should simply enjoy, without always having to put them into words!” 


Our locations around the Rüdesheimer Berg


The floor is made of gray slate, quartzite and gravel with a light loess cover. This is where the grapes ripen the earliest. The microclimate enables high levels to be generated regularly Predicates how Reading out and Picking berries. These wines of the Mount Rottland are characterized by a high maturity, on nuanced acidity and great harmony out. Their storage potential is thirty years and longer.


The vineyard connects to the west and above the mountain Rottland. It is not homogeneous, but consists of two parts: The eastern slope above the Rottland is flatter with medium to deep loess and clay. The wines fall here more acidic out. The bottom of the western, lower and steeper part is off Taunus quartzite. It stores the sun’s heat particularly well, but is also drier. These wines are delicate and very rich in extract.


The Bischofsberg has a south-facing, gentle slope. Sedimentary soils, lime-poor soil With Stones and gravel more embossed Loess clay grant good water retention. Well protected from wind and weather by the Niederwald above, the Rüdesheimer Bischofsberg brings full-bodied wines with a classy acid, especially in dry years full & ripe plants With long shelf life.


The ground in the church path is characterized by deep quartzite and water-storing loess. This interaction offers excellent conditions for the vines to grow.


The vines grow up here Sandstone and quartzite floors and have a lot of sun. The light wines, that arise here, show great minerality and often have one classy acidity.


In some places you can still find it here medium to deep Taunus quartzite, Most of the floors consist of deep, calcareous loess soils. The proximity to the district of Eibingen offers the vines good protection and a balanced microclimate.