Only those wines that reflect the characteristics, bouquet and typical nature of the grape variety and the region are allowed to leave the premises.
The work we do in the vineyard and cellar pursues a clear objective:
These wines can often be found in Germany’s best restaurants, in the cellars of many wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts, and time and time again among the winners of a whole host of awards, including those presented by VINUM, selection, MUNDUS VINI, DLG, Wein Gourmet, GAULT MILLAU and Badischer Weinbauverband.
The selection ranges from mild Miiller-Thurgau and full-bodied Riesling to bold Pinot Gris and classic Pinot Noir. Yet it’s streamlined and clearly structured to maintain a straightforward OVERVIEW despite so much goodness.
- Baden – Sasbachwalden – Alde Gott (granite with quartz, feldspar and other minerals)
- Name based on story from 17th century after the Thirty Years’ War
- Founded 1948
- Production 60 l / hectare – also spirits
- Consistent in winning top awards incl. IWC top award for Grauburgunder
- 57% red: Pinot noir
- 15% Riesling, 12% Müller-Thurgau; 9% Grauburgunder; 7% Weissburgunder
- All work by hand – steep slopes, yield and quality control
- Sparkling made by “methode champenoise”
- Approx. 1.7 million litres per year