designates the very best vineyards of Germany, within which the finest parcels have been narrowly demarcated. With their site-specific characteristics, these wines are particularly expressive and have exceptional aging potential.

They are planted with traditional varieties best suited to a particular site, as determined by each region.A dry wine from a VDP. GROSSE LAGE is designated VDP. GROSSES GEWÄCHS and labeled “Qualitätswein trocken.” A wine with natural, ripe sweetness from a VDP. GROSSE LAGE is labeled with one of the traditional Prädikats: Spätlese, Auslese, Beerenauslese, Eiswein or Trockenbeerenauslese.




Deutscher Prädikatswein

Alc: 13,0 %Vol, Rs: 6,3g/l, Acidity: 8,3g/l

Nussbrunnen is one of our absolutely favorite sites. Deep loess, interspersed with veins of water, guarantee superb quality even in dry years. In 2015 the nature gave us very healthy grapes, which were very carefully and with much patience developed. Herbaceous, yeasty flavour, which combines very subtly and complex.

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2016 HASSEL Riesling GG

Alc: 13,5 % Vol., Rs: 4,5 g/l, Acidity: 7,3 g/l

From the profound Hassel arise very minerally structured wines. This Riesling is brilliantly clear, with an animating structure and a lot of depth. Do not drink too soon!.


Alc: 13,5 % Vol., Rs: 3,8 g/l, Acidity: 7,6 g/l

An amazing wine! Has fermented slowly and gently for 18 months and was bottled only 22 months after the harvest. Highly complex aromas between fruity, herbal and yeasty components. Very dense to the palate with almost infinite length.

2015 JUNGFER Hattenheim Riesling GG

Alc: 12,0% Vol., Rs: 7,3 g/l, Acidity: 8,1 g/l

For the first time we have a VDP.GROSSES GEWÄCHS from the Hallgartener Jungfer. The altitude is clearly visible in the freshness and animation. Aged in large wooden barrels this is a wine with outstanding potential for the future.

2014 Hattenheimer Hassel Riesling feinherb (off-dry)

Deutscher Qualitätswein

Alc: 12,5% Vol., Rs: 10,7 g/l, Acidity: 7,6 g/l

At VDP.GROSSE LAGE Hattenheimer Hassel strong and fully fruity wines with nice mineral character are growing. Slight wood aromas match perfectly the ripe yellow fruits. A “great” wine, storable.

2014 Hattenheimer Wisselbrunnen Riesling feinherb (off-dry)

Deutscher Qualitätswein

Alc: 13,0% Vol., Rs: 10,1 g/l, Acidity: 7,1 g/l

The most delicate and findest wines of the estate come from Wisselbrunnen. Evey year this top-site spoils us with aromatic grapes, of which we can produce finest and elegant Riesling wines. With ripe fruit aromas together with influence of oak a full-bodied wine is achieved. A very special quality and extremely long storable.

2015 Hattenheimer Nussbrunnen Riesling Auslese “Goldkapsel”

Deutscher Prädikatswein

Alc: 9,5 % Vol., Rs: 99,8 g/l, Acidity: 8,5 g/l

The fantastic 2015 vintage will remain unforgettable, especially because of its sweet wines. Sunny days, cold nights and high degrees Oechsle together with stable levels of acidity are the perfect combination. Only in years like this really great wines can grow which deserve the predicate “gold capsule”. A wine for eternity.

2014 NUSSBRUNNEN Riesling feinherb

Deutscher Qualitätswein

Alc: 13,0% Vol., Rs: 10,2 g/l, Acidity: 7,3 g/l

From the prime site Nussbrunnen: an off-dry wine that’s classic and modern at once. This mouth-filling wine is marked by an elegant sweetness paired with a very fine, velvety acidity. Creamy and rich in finesse. It has a long finish. The top wine from the vintage 2014 and storable for many years.

2014 HASSEL Riesling Kabinett

Deutscher Prädikatswein

Alc: 10,0% Vol., Rs: 27 g/l, Acidity: 8,6 g/l

A wine marked by natural fruity sweetness, harmonious balance, and moderate acidity. A stimulating, light wine that dances on the tongue. It’s a category and style of wine that is often underestimated, yet unique to Germany.

2012 HASSEL Riesling Eiswein

Deutscher Prädikatswein

Alc: 8 %Vol, Rs: 186g/l, Acidity: 9,1g/l

Eiswein is synonymous with patience. It means a willingness to take a risk and to harvest the crop at subzero temperatures (at least -7°C/19.4°F). Mother Nature does not bless us with Eiswein every year, but on 8 December 2012, a hard frost enabled us to pick frozen grapes for a very fine wine with the racy acidity typical of an Eiswein.