In the vineyard estate Weinolsheimer „Kehr“, facing south-west, burial objects from the 2nd and 3rd century A.D. witness that this knoll is particularly suitable for vine-growing and that already the Romans knew that.
The soil in this slightly climbing hill is loess pararendzina, a fertile, coarse clay, which has a good retention capacity for plant available ground water. The well areated soil is rich in nutrients and microorganisms. This has the effect that the vines can easily root and take in nutrients. In the end, this is reflected in the very powerful wines.
Wines from Weinolsheim are real power packages, very sumptuous and demanding, often very fruity and succulent.