Riesling red sandstone
The grapes for Riesling come exclusively from the red sandstone, which is characteristic of this wine-growing region in the Palatinate. The vine roots deeply into this type of soil and thus shapes our mineral Rieslings. Short maceration times, long pressing times and spontaneous fermentation in 1200 l and 2400 l barrels with partly whole grapes ensure Rieslings are full of character and have great aging potential. The one-year expansion on the full yeast also contributes to this.
Pinot Noir limestone
The grape material for the Pinot Noir comes exclusively from sites in the Palatinate with a high proportion of lime. In the traditional way, grapes are fermented on the mash. Then the malolactic fermentation takes place. We give the Pinot up to two years to mature and mature in 225 l and 500 l barrels. Only then is it filled unfiltered. This creates a clear, tangy, multi-faceted Pinot Noir with depth.