The “Weingut Karl und Thomas Seyffer” is located in the town parish vineyard
in the German growing region Wuerttemberg
, The family's winegrowing tradition dates back to 1650. Thomas Seyffer's grandfather left the cooperative at the end of the 1950s and from then on had a cooper in his own cellar develop the wine. However, the estate only got its name from his son Karl, who initiated a qualitative change after graduating from the technical school at the end of the 1960s. With Thomas Seyffer, the next generation has been responsible for cellar work since 1995, while the father continues to take care of the vineyards. A broomstick is connected. The vineyards cover seven hectares of vineyards in the Eberfürst (Eberstadt) and Ranzenberg (Weinsberg) locations. 70% of them are planted with the red varieties Trollinger, Muskat-Trollinger, Lemberger, Dornfelder, Spätburgunder and Velvet Red, and 30% with the white varieties Riesling, Kerner, Traminer and Muskateller. The white wines are fermented cool and are subjected to biological acid degradation up to the cabinet level. The red wines are mash fermented and mature in old wooden barrels or barriques. Bottle-fermented sparkling wines are also produced.