New life behind old walls
The wine village of Leiwen, which is situated directly on the Mosel, is surrounded by vineyard sites of nearly 400 metres in altitude. In the 17th century our wine estate was built as a convent run by nuns and tithe court in the heart of the village. The 400-year-old vaulted cellars have remained intact to present day and are the heart of our estate that we have modernised ourselves in many hours of laborious work.
Where previously rudimentary claustral life prevailed, now the natural stone walls and Mediterranean interior serve as a great setting for our wine tastings. Below, in the cellars, our wines mature in tranquillity.