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With its gradient of up to 70 percent, the KLAMM is the steepest location on the Nahe. Some of its slopes are cross-terraced - especially here, the walls and the stony, porous soil retain heat well. In addition, the solar intensity of the KLAMM, which faces south and southeast, is particularly high in this area. The soils consist of porphyrite-containing volcanic weathered rock and black-ground slate. The steep KLAMM vineyards are located at 140 to 180 meters above sea level.

Our plot is 0.2 hectares in size and was planted in 1952. It is therefore the oldest vineyard in the winery.

The KLAMM wines are wines of great depth and minerality.


The KLAMM shows expressive aromas that are reminiscent of ripe, yellow stone fruit and hints of vanilla. The aroma underlines the complex character of the wine. On the palate, the Riesling impresses with a lot of depth, a fine acidity, hints of aromatic herbs and fragrant fruit. A complex Riesling with a wonderful, powerful finish.