BURG LAYER JOHANNISBERG
Playful, mineral-driven Rieslings from exceptional fruit, grown on the weathered, gray slate soils of the steep, south-facing Burg Layer Johannisberg vineyard.
BURG LAYER SCHLOSSBERG
The heavily weathered red slate soil lends itself to Rieslings with gorgeous fruit aromas as well as the region's characteristic stony spice. The estate owns 1.3 hectares of the south-facing site bordering the village of Burg Layen.
BURG LAYER HÖLLE
Rieslings grown in the weathered gray slate of this south by southwest sloped vineyard reveal a refined minerality, elegant body and spicy finish.
The symbol of the Laubenheim Krone (not shown) is a gravelly plateau of weathered sandstone in loessy clay, bringing forth powerful wines marked with typical yellow fruits.
»The climate and soils of our region come together in racy, refreshing wines with an elegant fruitiness and a long, beautiful future to come.«
The famous vineyard delivers elegant Rieslings with refined slate aromas, stunning minerality and a delicate racy playfulness. It is known for the highly weathered Devonian slate atop Rotliegend conglomerate. Measuring just 1 hectare, Pittermännchen is the estate's smallest vineyard.
Gravelly bedrock from the Permian age gives rise to juicy Rieslings marked with yellow fruit notes and whispers of flint. Traditional terraces and a steep gradient of 45-55% make this terrain a true labor of love.
Home of the exceptionally expressive grand cru wines that need time to reveal their full potential. They thrive in iron-rich, clayey and quartzite-laced soils, and deliver a deep, spicy and often saline minerality. The estate owns more than 2 ha of this steep vineyard with a notable microclimate. Its distinctive shape is reminiscent of a Roman amphitheater.