Growing Wines that faithfully reflect their Swiss Alpine Origin
Located in the County Remigen on the North side of the Alps, our plots Alpberg, Horn and Rütiberg are planted to Pinot Noir, Müller-Thurgau, Riesling and some local varieties. The vines are mostly between 20 and 40 years old and are in their prime.
The South facing plots are limestone dominated with a thin layer of loam or clay based topsoil.
On the South side of the Alps, our plot in Gordemo is a steep South facing parcel right below the village center and it is planted mostly to Merlot. The vines have been continuously renewed, but the oldest ones are around 100 years old.
The thin layer of soil on top of the alpine rock is dry and light. The vines have to work hard for their life and yields are very low.
Döttingen is near Remigen close to the German borders. Here we have Pinot Noir, Malbec, Blaufränkisch, Pinot Gris, Müller-Thurgau and Sauvignon Blanc.
The sunny South facing slopes have moderate amounts of rain and Burgundian soils.
JOIN OUR WINE CLUB
Offered in Iceland and Switzerland Only
As a member of the wine club, you will get access to members-only releases, exclusive events, and priority access to each new vintage. The wine will be delivered to your door in either Iceland or Switzerland. This is how it works:
TASTE AND SELECT
Once a year join us for a wine tasting exclusively for club members. Then select your favorite wines. Minimum order is 12 bottles per year and above 24 bottles we ship it to you for free.
We send you a payment request in your online bank and this single payment covers the wine, taxes, duties and transportation. We take care of the paperwork on your behalf and deliver the wine to your door.
You pick up the wine at the tasting or we deliver it to your door together with a payslip for your convenience.
"After 20 years of desk bound work, I finally made the break in the Spring of 2017 and decided to become a full time farmer and winemaker. There is a primitive pleasure that comes from feeling the sun on your back, the sweat on your forehead and having a physical product in your hands at the end of a successful growing season.
Treating the land with respect and working in harmony with nature is important to us. We believe the best way to grow wines that are expressive of their terroir is to farm organically. We are starting our conversion to organic biodynamic farming on January 1st 2018."