Here we collect all stories from the current as well as past years. Have fun browsing through even if some of the wines mentioned here have long since been drank up and their bottles emptied.


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Blühende Weingärten

2019-05-23 08:00:00

Flowering green manure plants between vineyard rows In spring organic vineyards can be spottet from a long distance. The green manure plants are in full bloom, long before our vines develop their own flowers. Green manure offers food and habitat for small insects and bigger animals alike. Even hare or deer youngs like to hide between the growing greens. Our vineyards are therefore not only an important contribution to biodiversity, the green manure also provides essential nutrition for our vines, without the need for any synthetic fertilizers. But honestly, the beautiful sight is reason enough to enjoy the view this time of the season. Read more »

Spring Ploughing

2019-05-02 18:00:00

Vineyard rows after and before ploghing for comparison We cover the lower parts of our grapevines with soil before winter sets in to protect them from exceedingly deep frost events. Now in the spring, they are uncovered using a plough so that they can enjoy a bit of warm and fresh air. This also fights the weeds next to our vines while the greenery between the rows is left to bloom. The picture nicely shows the outcome, before and after ploughing. Read more »

Starting soon!

2019-03-30 15:23:00

Spring is almost here and our vines are slowly awaking. They have not yet started to grow but if the current warm conditions last, it is only a matter of a short while. Actually we hope for some cooler days to slow down the vine's development tough. A later start into the season means less danger from late frost. We'll see, maybe everything turns out like 2018 again, a year that was ideal in all respects. We wait in suspense! Read more »

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