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The winery is located in the municipality of Bacharach in the German wine-growing region of the Middle Rhine. Founded in 1982, the winery is run by Dr Randolf, who is also a professor of organic viticulture at Geisenheim University. Martina Kauer, a trained restaurant manager, manages the administration and sales. They are supported by their daughters Lena and Anne. The vineyards cover almost four hectares of exclusively steep slopes. These are the individual vineyards Beulsberg (Urbar), Kloster Fürstental and Wolfshöhle (Bacharach), Fürstenberg (Oberdiebach) and Oelsberg (Oberwesel), 95% of which are planted with Riesling , the small remainder with Pinot Noir.

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