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The roots of the estate date back to 1425

After completing his apprenticeship as a winemaker, he graduated at the top of his class in viticulture and enology and now uses his skills profitably. Gault Millau recommends the Immich-Anker winery, and individual wines from the Generation Riesling member repeatedly score well at various tastings.
The environmentally friendly steep and steep-slope viticulture at the Immich-Anker winery, which requires a lot of manual labor, is rewarded by the EU and the state of Rhineland-Palatinate as part of a development program.

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Villa Immich-Anker

Steep slope vineyards around Enkirch on the river Mosel

The EU and the state of Rhineland-Palatinate are rewarding the environmentally-friendly, hand-intensive viticulture of the Immich-Anker estate as part of a development program. Instead of using insecticides, for example, the family business uses a confusing method. By spreading the sexual attractant of female cluster worms throughout the vineyard, confused males are prevented from pollinating females. In the cellar, the Immich-Anker estate proceeds just as delicately. Long fermentation, cooled by numerical control, guarantees the best aromas in the wine. Enzymes and similar additives are dispensed with, and the wines are vegan. The wines develop their full potential in 70-year-old oak barrels or modern stainless steel tanks.

The Riesling wine estate Immich-Anker

The Immich-Anker winery primarily grows and cultivates Riesling, which is equally typical of the Moselle and thrives on slate soils. At the heart of the estate is the single vineyard "Eisbruch®", which is wholly owned by Immich-Anker, with around 70-year-old vines planted on blue slate. World-wide unrivaled, dominant Rieslings with race and juicy aromas come from the extremely steep slope. The very steep top site "Enkircher Steffensberg" is ideal for residually sweet wines such as a mineral Spätlese with peach-citrus notes and a balanced noble sweet Auslese, which spoils the palate with full-bodied and melting. A fruity, full-bodied Dornfelder completes the range from the Immich-Anker winery and also offers red wine lovers a tasty drop.

The vineyards of Immich-Anker


The Eisbruch® is a unique vineyard that we have always owned. It is a terraced vineyard with a stone content of over 90% and predominantly blue slate. The bare root vines are about 60-70 years old.
Dominant and austere Rieslings are grown here, which are unique in the world.
Especially in summer, temperatures are around 40-50° Celsius at noon.  The Eisbruch® is equipped with a monorail to enable the transport of grapes from the vineyard, for example during the harvest.

The name Eisbruch® originated in the following way: In particularly cold years, when the Moselle is frozen over (which happens very rarely due to climate change), the Moselle ice breaks at the exact spot where the vineyard is located. Moreover, there are several large rock formations on this vineyard, on which, especially in these cold years, huge ice cones form, which finally break off with a loud bang and collapse. That is why the local people called this vineyard "Icebreak and Icebreak Vineyard" several hundred years ago. Since 2008 the name of the vineyard has been registered as a trademark.


The Steffensberg is a pure south-facing site with an extreme slope, characterized by gray slate. In some places, however, the red slate band also appears, giving the wine a rather exotic, yellow-fruited aroma. These steep slate slopes are characterized by deep, coppery red soils that are very well supplied with nutrients and water. The full-bodied but elegant wines open quickly and prove to be universal, powerful food companions.

Weinsortiment - wine selection - assortiment de vins

Wine assortment


  • off-dry
  • dry
  • sweet
  • Auslese

Sparkling Wine

Rouge Pinot Noir

The typical character of the wine estate

The Immich family has been growing wine since 1425. The ancestral home of the family in the form of a small castle, was built in 1897 in neo-Gothic style by Heinrich-Philipp Immich after 2 years of construction and is a listed building. It is one of the most famous buildings in the municipality of Traben-Trarbach. In 2007, Daniel Stefan Immich, a career changer, decided to take over the winery. All of the vineyard's sites are steep or steep slopes with up to 80% incline (→Steillagenweinbau) In addition to wine, the winery has been producing Riesling sparkling wine according to the Méthode champenoise since 1985. Despite the many conversions of the winery, Daniel Stefan Immich attaches particular importance here to the preservation of valuable, rootless vineyards as well as the fermentation of the wines by spontaneous fermentation. By preserving the old vines, the winery harvests the majority of its grapes from old vines.