The Fürst Löwenstein wine estate has been synonymous with excellent dry Franconian wines for generations. The basis for our wines is provided for by the best locations along the Lower Main river. This is where the Homburg Kallmuth vineyard is to be found, built up the slopes in terraces, almost 1000 years ago. The 2 to 5 metre high dry walls characterise the atmosphere of this cultivated landscape, which was classified as historic monument in 1981. The soil changes here, varying from limestone to coloured sandstone. Thanks to its climatic and geological particularities, spicy, assertive unique wines with character are grown in Kallmuth.
In close proximity at the edge of the village is our Lengfurter Oberrot. Its name [oberrot means 'top red'], represents the transition from the topmost layer of red-coloured sandstone to the underlying layers of limestone. Oberrot wines are wine personalities. Classic Franconian Burgundy wines are charming with a radiating clarity. They have a long, lingering finish, rich in nuance.