Great wines are defined by their origins. The vineyard is the “nursery ground” of each and every wine. Therefore, the vineyard sites and their maintenance, in addition to their microclimates, are imperative for the future characteristics of a wine.

The “Mainz Basin“, a freshwater sea which surged thirty million years ago along the Taunus boundary, has calcareous soil comprised of sediments from mussels and crustaceans. This greatly characterizes the incomparable minerality of our wines.