"Concern valley" is the loving name for the area south of Trier. In the small wine-growing town of Konz-Oberemmel, Carolin Hofmann has already been running the Willems-Willem winery in the 5th generation together with her husband Jürgen, who comes from Rheinhessen. Both regularly commute from their place of residence Appenheim to the Saar, while the manager and cellar master Miguel Louro takes care of vines and basement on site. With later reading and long ripening time in the barrel, they tame the fresh saar acid together naturally and thus produce a unique style for slate-shaped wines.
High -quality dry and fine -torn Rieslings with unmistakable minerality and fine fruit inspire with wine enjoyment. Above all, the two steep slopes "Altenberg" and "Herrenberg", which have reddish and blue slate soils, are high potential. Sometimes over 70 years old vines can be rooted deeply and, thanks to natural management and consistent quality thinking, provide characterful wines that are among the best Riesling wines in Germany. The winery has been in the conversion to ecological viticulture since 2019 and has been without the use of glyphosate for many years and uses organic fertilization.