The vines for weinserien are located in the vineyards of Wiesbaden-Frauenstein and Hallgarten.

At Wiesbaden-Frauenstein fertile loess loam soil nurtures a rich flavored Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir), the prerequisite for long-lived wine with minerality and aging potential.

The area ‘Hallgartener Würzgarten which is home to Riesling and Müller-Thurgau grapes, features a 35% slope and is characteristically defined by the very high proportion of deep gritty loess rock (Taunus quartzite and slate green) in the topsoil in the southwest region.

In the area Hallgartener ‘Hendelberg’ Portugieser vines are growing on a deep stony slate soil with a high content of ferrous quartzites and schists / colourful shales. These are facing south and offer all-day sun exposure.

Thus, ideal growing conditions result through mindful and sustainable cultivation.

Increased biodiversity is achieved by sowing leguminous plants, by anaerobically fermented compost (horse manure, pumice) and plant tonics such as minerals, fennel extract, algae compounds and effective microorganism.

The Intensive care ranges from manually cutting to selective grape gathering from the vines.

We are facing the constant challenge to expand our cellars In order to produce authentic and distinguishable wines.

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