With the 2018 vintage we re-launched our brand with our new logo. Inspired by our family coat of arms, the new logo shows three close-knit, G-shaped flowers, which form strong unity, indicating our family bond in balance between tradition and transition to the next generation.
WINE MAKING HERITAGE
Backed by 200-years of wine making heritage, the family-owned estate has been led by Hans Joachim Gebert for the past 30 years. In fifth generation, he restructured the company from mixed operations to a pure wine-making focus, developed the portfolio of now 28 vineyard parcels in four vineyard locations to form a consistent collection and established the distinctive taste profile through quality standards and stylistics in vineyard and cellar.
WE ARE FAMILY
In 2017 his three daughters Anne, Hannah and Lara joined him to rediscover the family tradition. They complement his precise craftsmanship in close connection to nature with new facettes. They add a stronger emphasis on modern technology, remarkable customer experiences and environmental sustainabilty, to jointly lead the winery into the next generation.
DILIGENCE IN THE VINEYARD
We live the conviction that excellent wines develop in the vineyard. Through a reduction of our quantities in the course of grapevine pruning in the winter months, a sensitive manual upbringing of the vines and green manure during spring, careful spraying and defoliation of the vines in the summer period and a selective harvest in fall, we pick healthy and fully ripe grapes, the basis for strong-character wines.
MINIMALISM IN THE CELLAR
In our three to 24 months-aging process depending on wine and quality level, we put great emphasize on a minimalistic aging approach to keep the unique characteristic of our grape varieties and terrior. Fermented in oak or steel, we assist our wines to develop naturally with full commitment to create vegan wines without utlization of any animal-based products.
SUSTAINABILITY BY CONVICTION
We take our responsibility for our vineyards and the surrounding ecosystem seriously. Respectful cultivation and conscientious wine making practices are highly important for all of us, driving us to constantly rethinking how to further improve our environmental impact. In our two latest projects we explore how to reduce spraying through predictive analysis of climate data and how to create a secure and nutritious ecosystem for wild bees.