The estate is located in the municipality of Winningen (Burg Cochem area or Terrassenmosel) in the German wine-growing region Moselle, It was founded in 1980 by Dipl. Ing. Agr. Reinhard Löwenstein and his wife Cornelia Heymann-Löwenstein and developed into an outstanding quality company. Löwenstein is one of the top German winegrowers and is often referred to as the "rebel from the Moselle" because he has been committed to an extreme and uncompromising quality philosophy for many years. He coined the term Terrassenmosel which describes the area of the lower Moselle valley, which is characterized by extremely steep terraced Vineyards and sandy slates are shaped. The vineyards cover 14 hectares of vineyards in the VDP as classified individual layers Kirchberg and Stolzenberg (Hatzenport), as well Röttgen and mills in the areas of Blaufüßer Lay, Laubach and Roth Lay (Winningen). You are 98% with Riesling planted. Pinot Noir is at 2% ( Pinot Noir ), in cooperation with the Ziereisen winery ( to bathe ) is vinified.
That encompasses both the vineyards, the cellar and the entire management sustainable Management takes place according to certified rules of Fair'n Green, Reinhard Löwenstein is fully aware of that Terroir-thoughts he prescribes and vinifies his wines with the aim of "condensing the creative synthesis of soils, vines, microclimate and the skills of the winemaker into a unique, authentic sensory experience of the wines" . The product range is according to the VDP classification model divided. The wines are principally spontaneous fermented without the use of pure yeast. All additives such as bentonite and enzymes will be rejected. The company's premium wines include "RÖTTGEN GG" and "UHLEN Roth Lay GG". In weather-appropriate years too select and Trockenbeerenauslese vinified. Fine brandies (yeast, pomace) and bottle-fermented sparkling wines are also produced. The winery is a member of VDP (Association of German quality wine estates). Reinhard Löwenstein was involved in the development of the guidelines of Fair'n Green significantly involved and is on the board of the group. He was also a co-initiator of "Twin Wineries", a partnership of Israeli and German wineries.