The estate is located in the Deidesheim municipality (Mittelhaardt-Deutsche Weinstraße area) in the German wine-growing region palatinate
, It was founded in 1879 by Adam Biffar. In 2012 there was a change of ownership. The company, now operating as "Weingut Josef Biffar GmbH", is managed by Fumiko Tokuoka as managing director (the Japanese owner family Tokuoka ran the winery between 1989 and 2013 Reichsrat von Buhl
). Michael Leibrecht is responsible as cellar master. In the nearby sparkling wine cellar “J. Biffar Wein & Sekt GmbH “In the Kathrinen picture, Palatinate sparkling wines are produced in traditional bottle fermentation. In addition, the Japanese restaurant "fumi" moved there, which is dedicated to traditional kappo cuisine (a way of dining, where guests order directly from the chef who cooks only a short distance away).
The vineyards cover 7.3 hectares of vineyards in individual locations Herrgottsacker
and linseed cave (Deidesheim), Pechstein
(Forest), and Luginsland (Wachenheim). 95% of them are planted with Riesling, the rest with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The cultivation in the vineyard is carried out consistently according to the environmentally friendly guidelines of the Organic viticulture
, The quality criteria of the house are extremely low yields, manual grape selection, gentle pressing, as well as longer fermentation time at a controlled low temperature. Depending on the desired type of wine, the wines are made of stainless steel or in barriques. terroir typical