From the red loamy soils, the Gewürztraminer obtains its multifaceted aromatics: lychee, roses, mango, caramelized orange peel and lavender.


On the palate, the wine is creamy-textured with elegant acidity which balances with its muscular body.

Growing Conditions

220-300 m, south - east, steep slope; Warm microlimate, great temperature difference; Red sandy, loamy soil with clay minerals and oxides.


The grapes are harvested by hand.


Cold maceration for 3.5 hours, temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel tanks; ageing on the fine lees for 12 months in stainless steel and for 6 months in large oak barrels, min. 6 months bottle ageing. The wine reaches its full complexity after extended ageing in the cellar and the bottle. Because of this, it is released two years after harvest as a reserve wine. Its ageing capability of up to 20 years is enormous.