The estate is located in the Vogtsburg-Bischoffingen municipality (Kaiserstuhl area) in the German wine-growing region to bathe, It is owned by Manfred and Eva Maria Schmidt. Own wines have been produced since 1995, before that the grapes were delivered to the local wine cooperative. The vineyards cover 7.5 hectares of vineyards, which are spread over a total of 40 plots in five different districts. They are planted with the varieties Pinot Noir (30%), Pinot Gris (21%), Pinot Blanc (12% ha), Müller-Thurgau (12%), Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay and Muscat. The couple was confronted with the consequences of conventional viticulture when Eva Maria Schmidt fell ill with an allergy to the plant protection products used. The consequences were then drawn (from which the original winery name is derived) and consistently checked Cultivation changed.
Among other things, no chemical-synthetic substances are used. Organic and mineral fertilizers and / or sowing with legumes replace the use of artificial / synthetic fertilizers. The fight against pests and vine diseases relies on strengthening the vine's immune system and natural plant strengthening protection agents. The Hofgut Consequence is a member of the association ECOVIN, Due to the fragmentation into small areas, no layer wines can be produced. However, there is an in-house and parcel-specific classification of the vineyards. The Kordon and Lyra education practiced. In the best locations there are fewer than 2,500 vines per hectare.
The lowest possible use of technology is used in the basement, for example the use of fining agents is avoided. The result is fruity, aromatic wines. Depending on the grapes, the musts are fermented with pure yeast at a temperature between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius. The white wines ferment in stainless steel and are aged there for five to six months or 11 months in barriques. The best red wines ferment in wooden tubs. All red wines are aged in barriques, but only very high quality qualities come in new wood and only a small proportion. The aging in barriques takes 15 to 35 months, depending on the quality and grape varieties. Predicate names are only used for fine sweet wines.