single vineyard wine
The location, the soil, the microclimate: these are the factors – or ‘terroir’ – that give a wine its typical attributes, its personality.
In Castell there are seven vineyards lying almost side by side, yet each has its own distinctive terroir. Wines from Kugelspiel have a bouquet of gooseberries, Traminer grapes from Trautberg the fragrance of roses, while Riesling wines from Hohnart exude the tang of grapefruit. All of them are influenced by the soil: some are earthy, some are malty, but each has its own individual character.
Edition Graf Ferdinand
The ‘Edition Graf Ferdinand’ mingles the terroir of the single-vineyards with the elegant fruit of the varieties. The contemporary wine character – vibrant and creamy – is also echoed in the sophisticated individual features.
KIRCHBERG Weißburgunder (Pinot Blanc)
The ‘Klassische Casteller’ single-vineyard wines in the traditional round Franconian bottles (Bocksbeutel) embody Franconian wine tradition in grape varieties and are balanced with elegant acidity and defined mineral notes.
Casteller HOHNART Silvaner Kabinett trocken
Casteller TRAUTBERG Silvaner Spätlese trocken
Casteller BAUSCH Müller-Thurgau Kabinett trocken