Kesten will court you. Don't you think so? But, of course, this refers to the numerous old wineries that characterise the tranquil townscape and at the same time tell a bit of history of the 1,000-year-old wine village. For example the Himmeroder Hof, formerly part of the Himmerod monastery, with its striking Gothic window oriels or the Paulinshof in the centre of the village, which testifies to the estate of the canons of St. Paulin in Trier, and the estate of the last Trier elector Clemens Wenzeslaus, who forced the cultivation of Riesling on the Moselle. And that the beautiful acidulous fountain, from which Julius Caesar is said to have drunk, has been a popular, healthy excursion and hiking destination with its impressive water treading pool for years, is not only appreciated by people in the immediate vicinity.