The Gimmeldinger Meerspinne is a well-known site first mentioned in 1476.
Our top Rieslings thrive on the Königsbacher Ölberg.
The Mußbacher Eselshaut is the largest and most famous of the Mußbacher terrain. It covers 293 hectares and is continuously flat.
The Haardter Herzog covers 35 hectares of soil rich in stones.
The Gimmeldinger Mandelgarten is our top location!
Ruppertsberger Nußbien is a well-known, eastward inclined Riesling site. This site, covering 80 hectares on a hillside, is located near the Haardt hillside (where the Palatine Forest begins).
High above the Biengarten sits the King-Ludwig-pavilion. From up here you have a stunning view over the entire Rhine valley.