Few grape varieties are able to reflect their origins as profoundly as Riesling. Most likely, it has its origins on the Rhine and has been g rown in the Rheingau for centuries. Our main focus has been on Riesling f or many generations – nowadays, mainly dry wines but also sweet or noble-sweet wines. In addition, Pinot Noir plays a small but significant r ole. It is also a g rape that reflects its terroir par excellence and came with the Cistercian monks from Burgundy to our region as early as the 12th century. Both grape varieties are therefore closely linked to the Rheingau.