Our HAUS / WINE WHITE comes from one of the most traditional wine-growing regions in Germany. Already since 20 BC Vines are grown here.
A mighty steep slope with bright red weathered soils characterizes the landscape of the wine-growing community on the Rhine, where Markus dusts his parents' old vineyards. The sandy soil is rich in nutrients and gives the wine its distinctive minerality.
He reflects on the origins of viticulture and gives his wines as much space as possible to work out their properties and origins.
He vehemently relies on the natural cultivation of the vineyards and the grapes.
Markus believes in "prefer to do it yourself" when it comes to the spontaneous fermentation of the must with the vineyard's own yeast.
Incidentally, the Rheinhessische Weinkönigin 2020 is called Eva Müller and looks very nice. She also likes to ride a motorcycle.
Our HAUS / WINE Rosé comes from the Luberon area. The terroir has been recognized by Natura 2000 and UNESCO as a biosphere reserve.
A real mountain wine region in the heart of Provence!
The vineyards are at an altitude of 160 to 450 meters, which has a great influence on the wines: the strong temperature differences between day and night and the slow but complete ripening favor more elegant than powerful wines, with a more fresh than jammy profile.
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All of his cultivation methods are designed to be dynamic and sustainable over the long term. He does not use conventional herbicides.
And together with other winemakers from the region and the University of Marseille, they are researching the effects of viticulture on wildlife,
especially on the habitat of birds.
Your measures for partial greening and planting are already bearing fruit: the little owl has resettled in this region.
Which is great because he's probably the cutest bird you've ever seen.