|The 12 hectare vineyard of Wehlener Klosterberg is located in a small
tributary valley on the left side of the Moselle River. The Dr.
Pauly-Bergweiler Estate newly planted a parcel of 2.6 hectares in this
vineyard in 2006.
The southeast-facing vineyard reaches from 210 to 240 meters above sea level. The roots of the vines grow into medium-deep clay slate soil having a high stone content. The Riesling wines from this vineyard are comparable with the filigree elegance of wines from the Saar Valley.
The name of this vineyard can presumably be traced back to a convent which originally existed on the present-day location of the Machern convent, "Kloster Machern".