The estate is located in the town of Martin in the German valley growing region Rheingau . It looks back on a centuries-old history and tradition. Thus, the basement still in use today date from the 17th Century. In 1917 Jacob purchased Diefenhardt possession of Baron von Reichenau. Since that time the estate is managed in the family, and today the family Seyffardt. After completing his studies in Geisenheim , a year in Stellenbosch (South Africa) as a winemaker, and then six months at Bodega Etchart, Cafayate (Argentina) as a consultant, Peter rose Seyffardt one parent in the 1981 operation. This is done by him since 1998. The vast majority steep vineyards cover nearly 17 hectares of vines in the layers Langenberg , And wild boar RÃ¶dchen (Martin Thal), and Rothenberg (Rauenthal). They are exclusively planted with two varieties Riesling (75%) and Pinot Noir (25%).Informationen zu "Diefenhardt'sches Weingut" im Wein-Plus Weinführer
The vineyard is maintaining and improving soil fertility with the goal of ecological equilibrium between soil and vine in the first place. Quality criteria are optimization of leaf fruit ratio, organic fertilizer, low income, thinning of the grapes, timely defoliation, leaf removal, negative selection and selective hand-picking. In the basement are the whole bunch pressing, primary treatment, controlled fermentation, yeast storage and long-varietal wine and pure extension position. The Pinot Noir red wines are matured exclusively in oak barrels. The quality pyramid comprises the three VDP classification . The winery is a longstanding member of the VDP .