We report the fabrication and electrical characterization of single-hole transistors (SHTs), in which a Ge spherical quantum dot (QD) weakly couples to self-aligned electrodes via self-organized tunnel barriers of Si3N4. A combination of lithographic patterning, sidewall spacers, and selfassembled growth was used for fabrication. The core experimental approach is based on the selective oxidation of poly-SiGe spacer islands located at the specially designed included-angle locations of Si3N4/Si-trenches. By adjusting processing times for conformal deposition, etch back and thermal oxidation, good tunability in the Ge QD size and its tunnel-barrier widths were controllably achieved. Each Ge QD is electrically addressable via self-aligned Si gate and reservoirs, thus offering an effective building block for implementing single-charge devices.