Skip to content
View towards the illuminated winery at night Young shoot with first leafes and grapes shortly after it started to grow Vineyard in spring before it starts to grow View towards the winery Barrique storage Bursting vine bud Grapevines and an oaktree in spring before the start of the growing season Budding vine shoot Sonnenmulde wine bottles Barrique casks Andreas and Kathrin

News 2021

« 2022 | 2021 | 2020 »
Current News »  Events » 

The past wine year

Thursday, December 30, 2021

The year has come to an end and it’s time to look back, because when it comes to wine, the past year has a lot to offer. In the future, we will just remember the great 2021 wines when we think back. Because good memories are always better!

Read more »


Threading

Wednesday, June 30, 2021
View through a row of vines. The shoots of the vines in the two rows are neatly strung upright in the wire trellis. At the end of the row you can see a house.
Vines after the shoots have been threaded into the wire trellis.

In the summer, a wide variety of leaf work has to be done in the vineyard. Weeding stem shoots, thinning leaves and grapes, trimming vines and more. Threading them into the wire trellis in is the most tedious and time-consuming work of all. It involves shaping the shoots so that they fit the desired training system and allow for good grape development.

Read more »


Vineyard mechanization

Saturday, March 13, 2021
A large harvester is driving through a vineyard. The machine passes over a row that it passes between the wheels.
Grape harvester at work.

In the past, everything in agriculture was done by hand, or with the help of draft animals, but fortunately those days are long gone. In viticulture, and especially in organic viticulture, there is still plenty of manual work, but here, too, more and more machines are moving in.

Read more »


Exhibitions 2021

Thursday, February 18, 2021
Kathrin and Andreas are sitting at a table with two laptops on it. They toast each other with two wine glasses. There are a few wine bottles on the table.
Wine fair in the home office.

“It’s getting tiring!” Everyone can probably identify with this statement by now. We are in the fortunate position of being able to do our normal work without restrictions. What’s more, we can always go outside when the weather is nice, and that of course helps in a situation where we have few other people to meet. But there is one thing we do miss, and that is personal contact with our customers.

Read more »