Site

Since every wine is shaped by the soil and the climate, hence the origin, the site must offer ideal conditions. The Riede Sandriegel, Römerstein, Lüss and Martenhof with their different soil structures, from fine sandy soils, calcareous soils of loess, loose gravel soils to black earth soils, perfectly meet our requirements. Their microclimate creates ideal conditions for our grapes and leads to wines with a unique character and of outstanding quality.

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Ried Römerstein

Varieties: Zweigelt, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Welschriesling
Vineyard site: local plane high level at the western edge of the Sewinkel gravel road
Soil: light to medium, calcareous poor Paratschernosem consisting of loamy sand with a high proportion of gravel, very fertile and rich in humus, dry, good water retention

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 Ried Lüss

Varieties: Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, Syrah, Grüner Veltliner
Vineyard site: local plane high levels at the western edge of the Sewinkel gravel road
Soil: Light to medium, calcareous rich loess-similar Chernozem consisting of sandy loam with a high proportion of gravel, highly fertile and rich in humus, dry, good water retention

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Ried Sandriegel

Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah
Vineyard site: close to the lake, alongside the reed belt
Soil: light and clayey, calcareous rich fine-grained raw sand soils with low proportion of gravel, rich in humus, high in minerals, salty and carbonate, dry, high water retention

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Ried Martenhof

Varieties: Merlot, Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, Weißburgunder, Grüner Veltliner
Vineyard site: flat ridge between Pfarrerlacke in the North and Martonsee in the South
Soil: medium to heavy, loess-similar black earth soil consisting of clayey silt with a high proportion of gravel, salty and carbonate, dry, good soil water retention