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The winery was established in 1875 by Dr. Robert Weil and is located in Kiedrich, which is in the wine region Rheingau. The estate philosophy, to compare modern style with old traditions, is reflected in the winemaking.
While the 2020 growing season wasn’t as obviously hot as some recent years, it nevertheless goes into the record books as the warmest overall period since records have been kept. June and July ran roughly in accordance with the historical averages, leading to an August and September of enduring high temperatures and plentiful sunshine. The ability of our vines to develop at all throughout the extremely dry summer can be directly attributed to the water reserves banked during the rainy winter months. The main harvest started very early as well, on 21 September. We’re proud to have achieved a Trockenbeerenauslese once again this year — the 32nd in a row.
great microclimate with high temperatures and long sunshine periods, protected by south-southwest exposure, poor phyllitsoil
slight squeezing of the grapes, short maceration 6-18 hours, spontaneous fermentation, ageing in stainless steel tanks