Good wine is created firstly in the vineyard

When you stand in a particular plot of land, you can feel the radiance of the terroir. The interplay of location, land and grape variety has been perfected by our family over generations. Great Riesling & Weißburgunder from exceptional vineyards form the focus of our wine portfolio.

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Burg Layer Johannisberg

  • Rocky loam, shale, quartzite and loess
  • South-East facing with slopes from 16 to 33%
  • Elevation from 195 to 290 m
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Burg Layer Rothenberg

  • Loess, rocky-sandy loam and shale
  • East-Southeast facing, hillside position
  • Elevation from 170 bis 232 m
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Burg Layer Hölle

  • Loess, loam, quarzite and conglomerate
  • Southeast-South facing, slope: 2 to 25%
  • Elevation from 195 to 290 m
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Rümmelsheimer Steinköpfchen

  • Gravel-sandy loam
  • South-Southwest facing, hillside position and steep slopes
  • Elevation from 210 to 290 m
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Burg Layer Schlossberg

  • Gravel-sandy loam with proportions of red rock, quartzite and shale
  • South facing, slopes: 5 to 40%
  • Elevation from 155 to 216 m
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Dorsheimer Pittermännchen

  • Pebble-sandy loam with larger boulders of quartz, clay slate, green slate, Stromberger lime, milk quartz and phyllites
  • South facing, slopes: 40 to 55%
  • Elevation from 160 bis 210 m
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Dorsheimer Goldloch

  • Pebble-sandy loam with portions of blue Devon slate and rocky conglomerates
  • South-Southwest facing, slopes: 45 to 55%
  • Elevation from 150 bis 210 m
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Dorsheimer Trollberg

  • Sandy loam and loess
  • Northwest to Northeast facing, hillside and steep slopes
  • Elevation from 200 to 284 m
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Münster-Sarmsheimer Königsschloss

  • Gravel-sandy loam
  • East-South facing, steep slopes
  • Elevation from 140 to 280 m
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Münster-Sarmsheimer Liebehöll

  • Sandy loam and loess
  • East facing, hillside and steep slopes
  • Elevation from 120 to 180 m
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Münsterer Pittersberg

  • Loam, grey slate from Devon and weathering rocks
  • South-Southeast facing, slopes: 20 to 50%
  • Elevation from 110 bis 210 m
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Bingerbrücker Römerberg

  • Sandy Loam, Loess and Quartzite with exceptional mineral hardness
  • North-West facing, slopes: 5 to 40%
  • Elevation from 150 to 185 m

Exceptional Vineyards

“Getting the best every day out of these individual locations with the unique terroir of the Nahe – that is a major feat. And a great gift.”

Oliver Dries

Bingerbrücker Römerberg

Römerberg

The view of the Nahe estuary is as impressive as the terroir of the vineyard. Over a total of 6.83 ha, the heat retaining soil provides optimum conditions. North-west location at an elevation of 150 to 185 m with a slope of 5 to 40%.

Soils combining sandy loam, loess and quartzite with a high minerality produce powerful, complex wines with a subtle fruit.

Burg Layer
Hölle

Hölle

The vineyards, which face south-south-east, are immediately adjacent to the village of Burg Layen and are on a slope of 2 to 25% at an elevation of 195 to 290 m. We grow mainly Riesling on our 4.7 ha.

Soils with loess, loam, stone and quartzite produce full, fruity, zesty wines.

Burg Layer Schlossberg

Schlossberg

The south-facing location lies within sight of the estate, at a height of 155 to 216 m. Alongside relatively level areas, some of the land here can be as steep as 40%. Most of the property, covering 2.4 ha, is planted with Riesling.

Gravelly, sandy loam plus elements of red rock, quartzite and slate in the soils produce long-lasting, delicate wines with a striking minerality and fruit acidity.

Pieroth
Wines

Great Riesling & Weißburgunder from exceptional locations form the focus of the wine portfolio.

Pieroth Wines
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