Wines with character
Two VDP-classified sites and five "Gewanne" on 20 hectars of land – this is where Lämmlin-Schindler's wine grows, the estate wine as well as Die Grossen Gewächse.
Mauchener Frauenberg – VDP. Große Lage
The trophy site of the Lämmin-Schindler estate is characterized by loess, rock that has been grained into fine sediment during the last Ice Age. Not only is it rich in minerals, but it also has a great ability to store water, the elixir of life.
The basis of Jurassic limestone with nagelfluh combined with clay, which is unusual for this region, makes this site so special. Here, facing south-southwest and tilting towards the village, die Großen Gewächse of the Lämmlin-Schindler estate grow.
This site grows red wines as I like them:
savoury, with a pleasant mouthfeel
and presence on the palate!
Mauchener Sonnenstück – VDP. Erste Lage
A large part of the Mauchener Sonnenstück is characterized by steep slopes. Due to its location within a small side valley that is protected by surrounding woodland and its medium-hard, calcacerous loess-loam soil, it offers superb conditions for the cultivation of red wine. Here Lämmlin-Schindler grows its ruby red, powerfully fruity and aromatically rich Spätburgunder.