Wine is healthy
Polyphenols and flavonoids are contained in dissolved form in wine and have a natural positive and health-promoting effect.

They are also present in chocolate, pomegranate, green tea, chokeberry, walnut and .... in grapes.

The immune substances of the grapevine or resveratrols, which are contained in higher quantities in red wine and our matured white wines but also in lower volumes in all our wines, are especially good for the heart. The risk of heart attack is reduced, blood pressure decreases, has an anti-inflammatory effect and slows down aging. In short, wine keeps you healthy and young!
BBQ & Wine
It's that time again: the barbecue season starts!
The myth to grill a beer has long ceased to be true - we have wine tips for the barbecue.

As an aperitif, our Frizzante or our Rosé Hahn or Henne are ideal. A light appetizer may also be served with it.

After that, the choice of wine depends on the food. If there is a steak or a roast from the grill, we recommend something full-bodied, red such as our Blaufränksich Gritschenberg. If this is too compact, our Blaufränkisch Joiser Hoflagen is suitable (especially on summer days).

For fish on the grill we recommend a classic Sauvignon blanc as a light accompaniment or our white single-vineyard wines for more complexity.

For salads and snacks in between, our classic white wines are suitable across the board (Grüner Veltliner, Welschriesling, Gemischter Satz, Chardonnay, Gelber Musakteller and Sauvignon blanc).

Our conclusion: wine is a versatile food companion, which is precisely why it also goes perfectly with barbecues and should never be missing in the summer!
"Hahn oder Henne": the game in nature
With our rosé, for which we use grapes from our young Blaufränkisch vineyards, every summer moment becomes a highlight. And that for two reasons:
1. the game in nature: the teammate is allowed to take a close look at the blade of an ostrich grass and has to decide between rooster or hen. Once you have an answer, you quickly pull up your thumb and index finger and see if the resulting clump has evenly long feathers like a hen (Henne) or a few longer proud feathers like a rooster (Hahn).

2. the game in the glass: with our "Hahn oder Henne" you can also make your counterpart guess - because every second bottle is different, once rooster and once hen.