The winery is located in the municipality of Winningen (area of Burg Cochem) in the German Moselle
wine region. The main house of the Heddesdorff estate, built around 950 years ago by the von Limbach family, is one of the oldest buildings in Winningen. Since 1424 the estate has been owned by the family and has been run over the centuries as a mixed agricultural enterprise. Only under the father of the current owner Andreas von Canal was the complete conversion to viticulture. A guest house with three holiday apartments is attached. The vineyards cover 5.4 hectares of vines in mostly the very steep single vineyards Domgarten, Röttgen
. They are exclusively planted with Riesling. After the fermentation of the musts with pure yeasts, the wines remain in the stainless steel tanks. Through the reductive vinification, the primary fruit aromas in particular are to be preserved. In suitable years also noble sweet predicate wines like Trockenbeerenauslese and Eiswein are produced. Bottle-fermented sparkling wines, wine vinegars and noble spirits (yeast, marc) are also produced.