Hamm (Latin = curvature/bend) is the name of the bluff in the bend of the River Mosel. In the immediate vicinity of the Uhlen (direction to the village) the "Hamm" is also masterfully built with small terraces and rises up steeply. The soil is very stony, characterized by clayey blue slate which is often very finely weathered. On the lighter soils, similarly to the Uhlen, fascinating wines grow, with elegant, ripe fruit flavours. Interesting for us as winegrowers, their finesse and delicious mineral aromas are particularly used to produce medium dry wines.