Founded in 1875, Weingut Robert Weil is considered to be one of the Rheingau’s younger wine estates. It is located in the heart of Kiedrich, a village first documented in the year 950. Today, the estate’s 90 ha (222 acres) of vineyards are planted 100% with Riesling. Throughout its history the estate has always focused on the Riesling grape and adhered to strict, quality-oriented practices in the vineyard – such as stringent pruning to control yields and selective harvesting by hand – and in the cellar, where the wines are vinified as gently as possible. This unwavering and uncompromising quality management is central to Weingut Robert Weil’s unbroken streak of producing wines at every Pradikat classification, up to and including Trockenbeerenauslese, for every vintage since 1989. Tasting notes: Dry, complex Riesling, with an extreme elegance and minerality. Wine origin: Gutsriesling from the neighboring top vineyards of the Kiedrich Gräfenberg, medium to deep soils of stony-grit phyllites with loess clay admixtures, south-west slopes, located around the winery, with gradients of up to 60%.