Office HoursMo-Fr 9.00-12.00 und 13.00-17.00 Uhr, Sa 10.00-15.00 Uhr
Klaus Peter Keller
70% Riesling, 20% Burgundersorten & Silvaner, 10% Rieslaner & Scheurebe
Kalksteinverwitterung, Muschelkalk, Tonmergel, Rotlatosol, Terra fusca, Rotschiefer
- PETTENTHAL, Nierstein | VDP.GROSSE LAGE®
BRUNNENHÄUSCHEN, Westhofen | VDP.GROSSE LAGE®
HIPPING, Nierstein | VDP.GROSSE LAGE®
KIRCHSPIEL, Westhofen | VDP.GROSSE LAGE®
Ludwigshöhe, Ludwigshöhe | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
Monsheim, Monsheim | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
Westhofen, Westhofen | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
Nieder-Flörsheim, Nieder-Flörsheim | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
Dienheim, Dienheim | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
Dalsheim, Dalsheim | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
VDP:What is so special about your winery?
Klaus-Peter Keller: We are a small family business with top vineyard sites. Three generations live under one roof and are inspired by the same idea: bringing the taste of the individual vineyard into the bottle. This makes us happy because we like to drink it ourselves.
VDP:What is your winery philosophy?
Klaus-Peter Keller: We are happy, but never satisfied!
VDP:For what wine style do you strive?
Klaus-Peter Keller: Vibrant, elegant wines with finesse that carry the imprint of their origin and soil.
VDP:Which of your wines would you recommend to someone who does not yet know your winery – as an introduction, so to speak?
Klaus-Peter Keller: A Riesling with pronounced limestone character, the ‘von der Fels’.
VDP:Of which wine are you particularly proud?
Klaus-Peter Keller: Of each and every one.
VDP:Why did you become a vintner?
Klaus-Peter Keller: Because it is the most beautiful and varied profession in the world.
VDP:Do you have role models or mentors?
Klaus-Peter Keller: There are several. Charles Rousseau in Gevrey, Romain Lignier in Morey and, of course, Hans-Günter Schwarz from Neustadt.
VDP:What are your next goals?
Klaus-Peter Keller: To integrate the ideas of the next generation into the company.
VDP:How do you combine tradition and innovation?
Klaus-Peter Keller: We are very open to anything that can be improved. If it makes sense, of course we also stick to traditions.