10 new terraces are being liberated from forest overgrowth.
to connect two vineyards and to build serpentines for safe access.
an amphitheater on high elevation - ideal for Riesling.
A South-West facing amphitheatre with very steep slopes, between 250m and 300m altitude, shaped into impressive terraces with high dry walls. Planted entirely with Riesling 25-40 years old, which thrives magnificently in this mineral rich soil. The top west vineyard is covered with forest, but ancient terraces are clearly visible amongst the trees. Permission has been given to restore this part into 10 terraces and to replant them in the next 3 years. Originally 2 vineyards, a lot of hard work has now fused them together and interconnected them with a serpentine going up the slope. A hard vineyard to work, but the wine has proven to be outstanding.