The estate is located in the municipality of Vaihingen / Enz-Gündelbach northwest of Stuttgart in the Stromberg nature park in the German wine-growing region Wuerttemberg
, The first documentary mention of the Steinbachhof goes back to 1178. The nearby about 30 years before Cistercians
The Maulbronn Monastery was acquired by the Speyer cathedral capital. As a result, the royal family of Württemberg took over the property when the Eißler family had been operating the Steinbachhof with cattle breeding, agriculture, fruit and wine growing since 1848. After almost 150 years, the business and part of the vineyards became the property of the family. Today it is managed by Ulrich and Nanna Eißler. The vineyards cover almost five hectares of vineyards in the Steinbachhof and Wachtkopf (Gündelbach) locations, as well heap
(Mulhouse). They are planted with the varieties Lemberger, Black Riesling, Pinot Noir, Trollinger and Riesling. The white wines ferment in a steel tank under temperature control. This is followed by a three to four month storage on the on. The red wines ferment exclusively on the mash. They mature in steel tanks for 8 to 18 months, the best of them in new and used 500-liter oak barrels. The best wines are bottled without filtration.