The estate is located in the municipality Vaihingen-Gündelbach (area Württembergisch Unterland) in the German wine-growing region Wuerttemberg
, The origin of the farms of the Bezner family and fishermen, whose winemaking tradition goes back to 1522. The companies were merged in 1973 and are managed since 2008 by the brothers Martin Fischer (Operations Manager) and Joachim Fischer (Butler). The vineyards cover 40 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Wachtkopf (Gündelbach), Heiligenberg (Häfnerhaslach), Kirchberg (Hohenhaslach), and Liebenberg (Ochsenbach and Spielberg). They are around 80% with the red varieties Lemberger, Trollinger Spätburgunder, Muskattrollinger, Dornfelder, Schwarzriesling, Samtrot, Regent, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Mitos, Acolon, Merlot and Syrah, and the white varieties Riesling, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Rivaner, Kerner, Gewürztraminer and Muscatel planted.
The name of the winery also symbolizes the bond with the environment. From a solar system and a wind turbine, the entire power requirement of the operation is covered. It becomes consistently more environmentally friendly, sustainable
Viticulture with spreading of compost
(since 1973), needs-based fertilization
according to soil analyzes and biological pest control methods beneficials
practiced. In 2007, an own weather station was put into operation, whose data allows an evaluation of the current condition of the vineyards and their optimal supply. The vinification takes place with the aim of clearer, more pure and varietal wines. These are produced in the lines Gutsweine, vineyard wines (S-class) and Hades-Barrique wines. The winery is a founding member of the associations HADES
and German Barrique Forum
, as well as at the Gutskomplizen.