Their wine story starts in the distant year of 1795, but the fundamental principles of wine making from those times are kept alive until present day.
Their vineyards stretch over 5 hectares and are mostly planted with typical Styrian white varieties. The entirety of the grapes is hand-picked, and they ensure top quality of the grapes with thoughtful selection during harvest. This obstinate method requires fully ripe and healthy grapes, as it is the only way for individual varieties to show their full potential and specifics. Wines of their fresh line ripen in inox tanks, wines of special positions and special vintages ripen in barrique barrels or amphoras. No, not what is currently modern, but only the wines they themselves like to drink, find their path into the bottle.