Grapes, particularly Rieslings grown in slaty soils, are also sourced from several other individual sites, such as Neumagener Rosengärtchen located north of Trittenheim. Here, on slopes of up to 60 percent with a southwestern exposure, vines grow in shale-based, stony, weathered soils.
The site Trittenheimer Altärchen has the same soil composition. The wines produced from grapes grown in this site are marked by a fine, filigree minerality Mineralität and notes of citrus fruit, such as grapefruit and orange peel.
Mülheimer Sonnenlay and Dhroner Hofberger lie in side valleys of the Mosel. Wines sourced from these sites also show filigree and citrus tones.