»Winemaking is teamwork.
Everyone contributes their own
special skills for the best wine.«
Andrea Zull

Phillip Zull
Phillip Zull
Werner Zull
Werner Zull
Andrea Zull
Andrea Zull
Oma Zull
Oma Zull
Andrea Zull jun.
Andrea Zull jun.

Our knowledge of wine is passed down from generation to generation but is still continuously critically questioned.

We ignore exaggerated fashion trends, reject outdated recipes and renounce uniform performance templates – on the other hand, scrupulous openness to new concepts, an individual approach to innovative ideas and the fostering of our strengths are the visions that we aim to further develop and realise in the future.

We make quality an experience, give the wine an identity of its own and impart the pleasure of enjoyment. We want to present wine that moves, stimulates and inspires for various occasions. In a nutshell, what is important to us is:

THE
JOY
OF
WINE

The time that we invest in our vineyards as a family operation, the commitment and space we devote to the daily care and manual work in all seasons are immediately discernible in our wines. Our knowledge of wine is passed down from generation to generation but is still continuously critically questioned. All our activities are dictated by our striving towards optimum wine quality. Son Phillip is continuing to uphold the vision that his father Werner has always pursued – to produce distinctively elegant and at the same time complex wines with brilliance and long-term ageing potential.

We dispense with herbicides and artificial fertilisers, using plant protection products that are safe for other beneficial plants and organisms, and apply mechanical weed control. For three generations our prime interest has been to treat nature with respect. As an environmentally-conscious wine-grower with traditional roots and innovative product developments we comply with the strict requirements of Controlled Integrated Production (CIP). Thanks to a sustainable composting system and alternating greening of the vineyards we also enhance the individuality of our wines.

Harvesting these wines manually, vineyard by vineyard, has nothing to do with romance – we believe that even today machines can still not replace human skills. Thus harvesting can involve up to three pickings by manual selection, whereby the grapes are harvested according to their degree of ripeness or left on the vine. Only in this way we can ensure the quality to which we are committed.

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