The estate is located in the municipality of Bretzfeld-Dimbach (Württembergisch Unterland area) in the German wine-growing region Wuerttemberg
, A wine bar is connected. The business has been run by Markus Busch since 2000, since then the wines have been developed and marketed independently. The vineyards cover 8 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Himmelreich (Bretzfeld) and Wildenberg (Ellhofen) on Keuper and Gipskeuper soils. They are made with the white varieties Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Kerner and Sauvignon Blanc, as well as with the red varieties Pinot Noir, Cabernet Dorsa, Regent, Trollinger ( schiava
), Black Riesling (Pinot Meunier), St. Laurent, Muskat-Trollinger (Muscat d'Hamburg), Lemberger and Velvet red.
In the vineyard, natural management takes place according to the guidelines of the Organic viticulture
(Certification by the EU Commission). Particular emphasis is placed on reducing the quality of the yield, from earnings
among other things, the levels of the quality pyramid result. The fully ripe and healthy grapes obtained through selective harvesting are processed gently, the transport takes place exclusively by means of gravitation. The white wines are stored, except for a few white wines refined in barriques, until they are bottled in steel tanks. The aromatics are to be promoted by slow fermentation. The red wines mature in barriques in the vaulted cellar made of sandstone.
The quality pyramid consists of four levels; whereby the allocation also results from the harvest amount per vine (the smaller the yield, the more stars). These are Premium Barrique **** and Premium noble sweet **** (special locations with old vines, greatly reduced), Premium *** (special locations, greatly reduced, too Organic wines
), Selected ** (selected locations, slightly reduced) and classic (classics of Hohenlohe wine culture). Bottle-fermented sparkling wines, brandies and grape juice are also produced. In addition, commented wine experience tours and wine tasting are also offered, always accompanied by Swabian snack specialties.