Around 28% of Aldinger's vineyards are planted with Riesling, followed by a diverse range of both German and international varieties. The family’s flagship vineyard is Untertürkheimer Gips, a former gypsum mine which was converted to viticulture by the family in 1974. Marienglas is a small vineyard-within-a-vineyard, a tiny parcel in Untertürkheimer Gips with an unusually high proportion of a rare form of gypsum known as Marienglas. Aldinger's Rieslings and Spätburgunders that are grown there are elegant and juicy.

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