An amphitheater of terraced vineyards, well over 1,000 years old; 23.61 miles of stone walls built by hand, covering a surface of nearly 15 acres.
This place in southern Germany has been overlooked, a miracle taken for granted because it’s existed so long.
These vineyards are also an official nature preserve. Weingut Roterfaden and the local co-op of the village have come together to work this ancient landscape, to make, naturally, a wine to quench the soul and preserve this place.
Blend: 55% Lemberger, 35% Trollinger, 10% Regent, 10% Schwarzriesling
For the exception of the Lemberger, which sees about 6 months in neutral barrels, all are fermented and aged in stainless.