The site Kinheimer Rosenberg extends directly behind the village of Kinheim. Of little awareness, but of great potential can be spoken here. The exposure and the slope allow direct solar radiation of 110-130 kwh per squaremeter in the ripening months of September and October, which means that the Kinheimer Rosenberg is not worse than other more famous sites.
Our vineyards in this site are characterized by a high proportion of coarse soil, low field capacity (water storage capacity) and a slope of 60% with south-southwest exposure. This combination harbors the risk of dryness, but at the same time ensures small berries with a very good shell-fruit ratio, so that the wines from Kinheimer Rosenberg have a nice fruity note and are very delicate.
To underline the fruit notes and the minerality, due to the high slate content, we produce only a dry wine from the Kinheimer Rosenberg. Try our "Kinheimer Rosenberg Kabinett" for example.