historical wine locations

We’re immensely proud of these locations. Our father started recultivating the old terraces in the Petershöhle, right by the forest, over 30 years ago. Practically inaccessible terrain with lots of undergrowth, thorns, and bloody fingers. The entire hill was abandoned centuries ago because it was just too difficult to cultivate—luckily for us. This place isn’t just home to the best view: the soil conditions, the microclimate, and the incredible mixed cultivation all make it special. The bare, red mottled sandstone soil with its biscuit-like texture and the cooling terraces near the forest produce wines with a consistently high acidity.