The Herrenberg vineyard is based more on red slate, than its neighbor Abtsberg. It also has deeper topsoil that retains more water, which can be of great benefit in dry years. The wines are more generous and tend to open up sooner than those of Abtsberg,...
Karl Von Schubert-Maximin
The estate-grown Alte Reben (old vines) Riesling is selected from vines that are 30 to 70 years old. It is a classic Grünhaus Riesling: fruity and racy, with precisely focused blue slate minerality, but with the added intensity and complexity that...
Abtsberg wines are characterized by a finely structured, subtle minerality, a racy acidity, generous fruit and great delicacy. They are amongst the longest lived Rieslings of the region. Wines from this vineyard were originally destined for the...