Klosterkammer is the south-eastern site on the southern edge of St. Aldegund. We own the core of the original site and some good vineyards nearby. The soil structure is heterogeneous and ranges from fine earth rich, stone-poor, medium heavy clayey subsoil to light grey slate soil. Approximately 1.5 hectares are 90 percent planted with partly root-true, partly grafted Riesling vines that are on average fifty years old. They deliver balanced, fruity and delicate to rustic and powerful wines, and above all the base wines of our Secco and sparkling wines. In addition, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and the recently approved, rare Rosa Chardonnay grow in three individual plots. Pinot Noir and
Rosa Chardonnay are young plants and will only bear grapes in one or two years.

Roman sarcophagus


Roman villa reference