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Too much of an interference would disturb the rhythm of the vines and make them dependent on the vintner’s intervention. All considerations focus on the cycle and mechanisms of nature.


Aromas and Flavors

This will become apparent in supposedly small things. Thus, the pomace is composted and returned as natural fertilizer to its starting point, the vineyard. Moreover, covers crops are grown in all corridors between the vines. Thus, a special “vineyard climate” develops, with plants and herbs that were already native to this area in former times and have a marked impact on the characteristics as well as aromas and flavors of the wines.