The estate is located in the community Flörsheim-Dalsheim (area Wonnegau) in the German wine-growing region Rheinhessen
, The origin goes back to the year 1789, when Johann Leonhard Keller, who emigrated from Switzerland due to the unrest of the French Revolution, settled in Dalsheim and started to work in agriculture and viticulture. He acquired the pen-owned four-hectare share "Upper Hubacker" of the historic Hubacker, where still stands almost exclusively Riesling with a long-term average yield of 45 hl / ha. In 2000, a six-meter-high natural stone tower made of the limestone of the location and the region was built in this parade block to underline its importance. In the family Bible, Georg Keller (1841-1820) reports on the special quality of the Hubacker wines. Today, the traditional business is run by Klaus Keller and his son Klaus-Peter.
The vineyards cover 12.5 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Bürgel and Hubacker (Dalsheim), Silberberg
(Monsheim), as well houses for wells
in prime parcel Abtserde, parish
(Westhofen). They are planted with the white varieties Riesling (5.5 ha), Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Silvaner, Rieslaner and Huxelrebe, and with the red varieties Pinot Noir and Dornfelder. Weingarten and Keller work to rigorous quality criteria. Highest attention is paid to healthy and mature grapes by selective hand-picking, with the aim typical of the limestone stamped top wines. The musts are fermented with natural yeasts at low temperatures. The fermentation lasts at least eight to ten weeks, with noble sweet wines up to half a year. The wines are aged in stainless steel or in wooden barrels. Become from the top locations Big plants
produced. The winery is a member of VDP
(Verband deutscher Prädikatsweingüter) and at the association Message in a Bottle