The estate is located in the community Winningen (area Burg Cochem) in the German wine-growing region Moselle
, The ancestral home of the Heddesdorff estate, built around 950 years ago by the von Limbach family, is one of Winningen's oldest buildings. Since 1424, the estate is owned by the family and was run over the centuries as an agricultural mixed farm. Only under the father of today's owner Andreas of Canal was the complete conversion to viticulture. A guest house with three apartments is connected. The vineyards cover 5.4 hectares of vineyards in most of the very steep individual layers Domgarten, Röttgen
, They are exclusively planted with the Riesling. After the fermentation of the must with pure breeding yeast, the wines remain in the stainless steel tanks. Through the reductive expansion, especially the primary fruit flavors should be preserved. In suitable years also noble sweet predicate wines such as Trockenbeerenauslese and Eiswein are produced. Bottle-fermented sect, wine vinegar and brandies (yeast, pomace) are also produced.