The estate is located in Monzel, not far from Bernkastel-Keus, overlooking the steep sloping vineyards and Mosel river.
Weingut Bastgen is a member of the elite wine producers group called the Bernkasteler Ring - founded in 1899, with only 36 members.
The average total production is 3,300 cases, and their wine is sold mainly in Germany, Switzerland, U.K and the U.S. The wines are bottled under screwcaps.
The property was founded in 1850 and is located in the tiny hamlet of Monzel, along the middle Mosel. The current owners are Armin Vogel (husband) and Mona Bastgen (wife) who began working in the winery in 1993.
Mona and Armin meticulously tend 4.5 ha (11.11 acres) of which 80% is Riesling. The soil is made of slate. The vineyards are located in Kesten, on a steep terrace, and planted to 50-year old vines. Fortunately for Bastgen, they own part of the famous Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenuhr. The vines produce very small, ripe berries that are very tasty.