Our vineyard locations
Natural and fertile basis
for good wines are our slopes
Our vineyard slopes Adler, Königslay-Terrassen, Stephansberg and Fettgarten are graded "grade1" according to the oldest classification system of vineyards at the Mosel from 1869. Our steep slate slopes offer a naturally, fertile basis and supply the vine with important minerals and nutrients. Our healthy slate soil boosts the incomparably varied taste of our wines, its structure, minerality and body right from the cradle.
Top slope with middle-grounded, stony quartz-rich residual soil and slate.
Orientation: south /south-east
Character of our Riesling wines: Spicy, full-bodied and heady wines which are characterised by the special soil. Our Fettgarten wine dry, because its savory-spicy flavours pair excellently with a good meal.
Stony slate residual soil
Orientation: south / south-west
Character of our Riesling wines: Very fruity, with a rich bouquet. Our Adler is very suitable for the production of sweet wines with low alcohol contend and a delicious peachy aroma.
Stony slate-residual soil with moderate depth.
Orientation: south/ south west
Character of our Riesling wines: A premium slope which creates wines of all quality classes. Racy, very spicy yet subtle Riesling wines which have a rich bouquet and can be stored for a longer time.
Our smallest and noblest top slope. The extreme steepness (angle of inclination 65%) and the pure quartzite slate-residual soil cause an optimal storage of the warmth of the sun, which characterises the wines.
Orientation: south / south west
Character of our Riesling wines: very fruity, elegant and noble wines, fine and racy. These wines are very suitable for the development of medium-dry and sweet wines and often achieve a superior quality level.
The best steep slope from the winery of grandfather Thur. Angle of inclination 60%, blue slate-residual soil
Orientation: South / south west
Character of our Riesling wines: medium-dry, mineral, slate character
Deep slate-residual soil with a higher content of fine soil.
Character of our Riesling wines: Grows robust Riesling wines which are very storable.
Deep, fine soil, on which our grape varieties Kerner, Bacchus and Müller-Thurgau thrive excellently, because they need more watery soil than the Riesling vine. Our red wines also grow on fine soil of the slope “Zeller Marienburger”.
Tasting and wine selling
Daily from 2 pm to 8 pm
and after agreement
Phone +49 (0) 6542 2402, firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy your wine in our pavilion from May till mid-June
and from mid-August till the end of October.