THE GOOD WINE COMES FROM
THE PALATINATE REGION!
WE LIVE WHERE OTHERS SPEND THEIR HOLIDAYS.
THE BEST SOIL
FOR THE BEST WINES
Vines have been grown in the Palatinate region since the first century A.D. Embedded in the Forest of Odes (Odenwald) and the Haardtwald (forest), the Rhine rift valley in the Palatinate region has the mildest climate in Germany with 2000 hours of sun per year. The varying soils, predominantly featuring sand, marl, clay, loam and above all limestone, are an outstanding prerequisite for classic-traditional, but also for modern vines.
IT HAS TO TASTE GOOD!
Of course, our vineyards are located in a wide diversity of different positions. New varieties and new vineyards have been added in every generation over the almost 300 years during which our family has operated this wine estate. Much has changed and will continue to change, but one aspect prevails: wine is a source of enjoyment, and above all it has to taste good!
Precisely this combination of tradition and modern; passing on the pleasure of wine from generation to generation, is a guarantor for a spirit which will prevail. And yet it is a spirit which will be repeatedly reinvented across the generations, through the people who make the wine and those who love to drink it.
VITICULTURE IS OUR PASSION
AND WE ARE PROUD TO BE A PART OF IT!
Control centre, Senior Director and calming influence
Cellarer and “cellar cabaret artist”
Viticulture student and our “Next Cellar Model”
“The foundation of our wine estate is not the vineyards, the historic wine cellars or the old wine casks. It is the people! It is the family and employees who are jointly driven by the fun and great affection to wine and to the region, who happily come to work every day in the vineyards and cellars”.