Winemaking from the Kaiserstuhl
The two winegrowing villages Königschaffhausen and Kiechlinsbergen are picturesquely situated at the castle oasis Kaiserstuhl in the winegrowing area. Due to the volcanic mountains and the ideal climatic and geological conditions, the vines of the Königschaffhausen-Kiechlinsbergen wine growers' cooperative can thrive in the best possible way.
The top priority
The winegrowers from Königschaffhausen and Kiechlinsbergen place their top priority on the quality of their wines. This claim can be fulfilled by a strict quantity limitation and the distinctive individuality with which the vinification is carried out.
The two wine villages
Königschaffhausen can prove the sale of the first wine with a sales document from December 16, 1363. It speaks of a "noble wine from Küngscafhusen".
Kiechlinsbergen is one of the oldest and most beautiful wine-growing villages in the Kaiserstuhl region. Winegrowing was first mentioned in a document in the year 873.
The grape varieties
Not only the Burgundy grape varieties of the winegrowers cooperative Königschaffhausen-Kiechlinsbergen, but also:
As well as international grape varieties
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Cabernet Sauvignon
feel at home in the Kaiserstuhl growing region. It can develop the varietal aromas and interesting, unique nuances.
More information aboutWinzergenossenschaft Königschaffhausen-Kiechlinsbergen
|Company Name:||Winzergenossenschaft Königschaffhausen-Kiechlinsbergen eG|
|Street:||Kiechlinsberger Str. 2-6|
|Contact & Web|
|Telephone:||+49 (0) 7642-9041-0|
|Fax:||+49 (0) 7642-9041-44|
|Managing Director:||Günter Zimmermann|
|Cultivated Area:||Königschaffhausen, Kiechlinsbergen|