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Castle Cellar

Schlosskeller

The oldest cellar of the estate dates  back to first construction of the fortress.  The best Rieslings are matured in the coolest  cellars in large barrels, containing about 1,200 Liters, made of oak from the  Hunsrück northwest of the estate.

 

Barrel Cellar

Barrique Keller

The aging of the red and white  burgundies in small barrels has a tradition  at the Diel estate that dates back to the early  1980s. The 228 liter barrels are made of  French Oak. One small part of the barrels is replaced every year.

Winepress Hall

Neue Kelterhalle

For the 2013 harvest, a new wine press building was put into operation at Schlossgut Diel. The grapes   are transported into two pneumatically operated presses, which ensure a very gentle pressing. Subsequent fermentation takes place in oak barrels, or stainless steel tanks.

 

 

Tank Cellar

Tank Keller

In the late 1980s, the artist  Johannes Helle converted the stainless steel  tanks of the Diel estate into  pieces of art, turning them into a formidable  sculptural landscape. Ever since the painter  has returned to Burg Layen once a year to develop his technique  on these unique paintings.