About 50 hectares are cultivated and over 60 wines and sparkling wines are sold and marketed. The offer is very diverse and ranges from all the well-known wines of the Burgundy family, such as Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Blanc de Noir to red wine specialties such as St. Laurent and Cabernet Dorsa. In their premium lin will you find unusual Cuveés such as Cuveé Siebenpfeiffer and Cuveé Castanella, as well as Cabernet Mitos/Merlot matured in barriques.
Hambacher Schloß Kellerei eG puts particular emphasis on the the high quality of its wines. This is also regularly and impressively confirmed by a large number of awards.
The current company headquarters is the former Lichtenberger manor house and was built in 1847 by Carl Theodor Lichtenberger. At the same time, the same construction company built the Ludwigshöhe Palace for the King of Bavaria in the same architectural style. King Ludwig I of Bavaria celebrated the birthday of his wife, Queen Theresia, in the Lichtenberger manor house on July 8, 1854.
In 1902, the building was purchased by the winegrowers' cooperative for 20,000 gold marks, which had been borrowed from the local priest. Courage and a sense of community characterized this period.