The Hipping Vineyard is located in an exposed position on the Roter Hang where the southeast facing slope and south-facing slope meet. Its position in the Rotliegend rock strata between Brudersberg and Oelberg is significant and unites several outstanding preconditions for vines. The warmth of a broad lake-like section of the Rhine and intense sun exposure in a steep yet protected red shale site allow small Riesling grape bunches to develop intense aromas and flavours. Our prime parcel in Hipping is protected by a row of houses and the steep flank of the Brudersberg. These attributes create a very special microclimate that yields wines of incredibly expressive exotic fruit and significantly creamy texture.