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THE ESSENCE OF TASTE LIES IN THE SHOTS

VINE NURSERY

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VINE NURSERY

Side eyes also very fertile, sensitive to winter frost, susceptible to oidium/peronospora

deep, medium-heavy and fertile soils

ANSPRÜCHE

early

REIFE

high and regular

ERTRAG

medium-large

BEEREN

large, conical, densely berried, shouldered

TRAUBEN

large, smooth, thin, strongly toothed, 3- to 5-lobed

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Blue Portuguese

Produces very colorful red wines, susceptible to oidium, sensitive to winter frost

medium to heavy soils

ANSPRÜCHE

early

REIFE

high and regular

ERTRAG

medium-sized, hard-shelled, black-blue

BEEREN

large, conical, densely berry-bearing

TRAUBEN

large, 3- to 5-lobed, petiole overlapping, bluntly toothed

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Blueburger

Drought resistant, low botrytis sensitivity, medium frost sensitivity, susceptible to oidium

not suitable for frost-prone locations, only for very good locations

ANSPRÜCHE

very late

REIFE

medium high and irregular

ERTRAG

small, firm shell, very juicy flesh

BEEREN

medium-sized with secondary bunches, loose berries

TRAUBEN

5-lobed, deeply incised, petiole overlapping

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Carbenet Sauvignon

Mittlere Winterfrostfestigkeit, geringere Botrytisanfälligkeit

warme Böden, höherer Kalkgehalt erwünscht, keine feuchten Böden

ANSPRÜCHE

medium

REIFE

medium high and regular

ERTRAG

rundlich

BEEREN

mittelgroß, lockerbeerig, Beitraube

TRAUBEN

medium-sized, slightly lobed, equilateral pentagon, mostly three-lobed

BLATT

Charakteristik

Morillon

Synonym

Chardonnay

Empfindlich gegen Frost, Trockenheit und Peronospora.

stellt keinen hohen Ansprüche auf Boden und Lage, tiefgründige Böden.

ANSPRÜCHE

early

REIFE

hoch

ERTRAG

rund, extrem dunkelfarbig, dickschalig

BEEREN

groß, dichtbeerig

TRAUBEN

groß, 5-lappig, Stielbucht geschlossen, grob gezähnt

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Dornfelder

Sensitive to winter frost, susceptible to peronospora

low demands on soil and location, light to medium soils, medium lime tolerance

ANSPRÜCHE

early

REIFE

medium high and irregular

ERTRAG

light red, thick-skinned

BEEREN

large, shouldered, densely berried

TRAUBEN

large, five-lobed, deeply incised

BLATT

Charakteristik

Malvasier

Synonym

Frührote Veltliner

Medium winter frost resistance, susceptible to peronospora

early to medium late locations, not too dry soils, very suitable for loess soils, calcareous soils lead to chlorosis

ANSPRÜCHE

medium

REIFE

high, regular

ERTRAG

medium-sized, thick-shelled

BEEREN

very large, densely berried, conical, shouldered

TRAUBEN

5-lobed, sinuate, medium-sized, open or closed stipe sinuses

BLATT

Charakteristik

Weißgipfler

Synonym

Green Vetliner

Low susceptibility to downy mildew, very sensitive to winter frost, susceptible to botrytis

No special soil requirements, no winter frost and late frost endangered or dry locations

ANSPRÜCHE

late

REIFE

medium high and irregular

ERTRAG

medium-sized, round, black-blue

BEEREN

medium-sized, loose-berried, conical, secondary cluster

TRAUBEN

3- to 5-lobed, large, petiole not very open with sinus tooth

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Merlot

Low location requirements, high sensitivity to winter frost, very susceptible to Peronospora/Botrytis

requires deep soils, no dry soils, also suitable for late seasons

ANSPRÜCHE

early

REIFE

high and regular

ERTRAG

achieve medium-high sugar content

BEEREN

groß, lockerbeerig, harte Schale

TRAUBEN

medium to large, deeply sinuate with twisted middle lobe, sharply toothed

BLATT

Charakteristik

Rivaner

Synonym

Mueller Thurgau

Susceptible to oidium, increased berry rot in wet weather, intense nutmeg flavour

low soil requirements, no high lime content, requires warm locations

ANSPRÜCHE

late

REIFE

medium high, but uncertain!

ERTRAG

hard-shelled, yellow (Yellow Muscat) or flesh-red (Red Muscat)

BEEREN

large, loose-berried, elongated

TRAUBEN

three to five lobed, deeply sinuate, open sinus, pointed toothed

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Muscat

Produces very characteristic wines, sensitive to chlorosis, moisture and cold

high demands on nutrient supply, light to medium soils, warm locations, low lime tolerance

ANSPRÜCHE

early

REIFE

low and very irregular

ERTRAG

large, yellow

BEEREN

medium-sized, densely berry

TRAUBEN

small, three to five lobed, deeply sinuate

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Muscat Ottonel

Sufficiently resistant to winter frost, sensitive to chlorosis

early, good locations, deep, fertile soils, no heavy soils

ANSPRÜCHE

medium

REIFE

medium to high, regular

ERTRAG

small, round, thin-skinned, juicy

BEEREN

medium-sized, cylindrical, densely berry-bearing

TRAUBEN

medium-sized, slightly sinuate, pentagonal, three to five lobed

BLATT

Charakteristik

Pinot Noir, Blauer Burgunder, Blauer Spätburgunder

Synonym

Pinot Noir

Chlorosis-resistant, very sensitive to winter frost, susceptible to botrytis/peronospora

early, warm locations, clay/loess soils, medium to heavy soils

ANSPRÜCHE

medium

REIFE

high, but uncertain

ERTRAG

green-yellow to flesh-red, thick-skinned

BEEREN

large, shouldered, densely berried

TRAUBEN

large, five-lobed, deeply sinuate

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Red Veltliner

Good frost resistance, high demands on location, susceptible to botrytis

requires the best locations, easily warmed light soils, wet cold soils are unsuitable

ANSPRÜCHE

late

REIFE

mittelhoch

ERTRAG

small berries

BEEREN

small-medium sized, densely berry

TRAUBEN

3- to 5-lobed, tough leaf surface, bluntly toothed, overlapping petiole

BLATT

Charakteristik

White Riesling, Rhine Riesling

Synonym

Riesling

Good partial resistance to Peronospora/Oidium, good winter frost resistance

no special requirements, medium-heavy soils

ANSPRÜCHE

medium

REIFE

medium to high

ERTRAG

small, round

BEEREN

large, broad shouldered, 1-2 side clusters

TRAUBEN

large, 5-lobed, dark green, overlapping petiole

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Rösler

Sensitive to winter frost, susceptible to peronospora and oidium

warm, early locations, high humidity, fertile soils

ANSPRÜCHE

late

REIFE

medium high, irregular

ERTRAG

greenish-yellow, thick-skinned

BEEREN

small, cylindrical, densely berry-bearing

TRAUBEN

broad, five-lobed, strongly wavy, slightly sinuate, bluntly toothed

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Sauvignon Blanc

Robust variety, medium winter frost sensitivity, susceptible to peronospora

good locations, deep calcareous fertile soils

ANSPRÜCHE

early

REIFE

medium and uncertain

ERTRAG

small, hard-shelled, black-blue

BEEREN

medium-sized, elongated, densely berry-bearing

TRAUBEN

medium-sized, slightly sinuous, wavy, shiny

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

St. Laurent

Not very sensitive to fungi, sensitive to chlorosis/botrytis/winter frost

Do not plant on fertile soils, medium moist soils

ANSPRÜCHE

late

REIFE

medium to high

ERTRAG

small with thin skin, elongated, soft flesh

BEEREN

medium-sized, shouldered

TRAUBEN

medium-sized, circular, 5-lobed, slightly sinuate

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Syrah

Gute Frostwiderstandsfähigkeit, geringe Kalkverträglichkeit, chloroseempfindlich

mittelschwere bis schwere Böden, feuchtwarme Witterung, leicht erwärmbare, tiefgründige Böden

ANSPRÜCHE

medium

REIFE

low, regular

ERTRAG

small, thick-skinned, sugary

BEEREN

small, shouldered, densely berried

TRAUBEN

small, roundish, slightly sinuate, bluntly toothed

BLATT

Charakteristik

-

Synonym

Traminer

Medium winter frost resistance, high site requirements, sensitive to chlorosis

mittelschwere Böden, höherer Kalkgehalt erwünscht, keine feuchten Böden

ANSPRÜCHE

late

REIFE

mittelhoch und regelmäßig

ERTRAG

small, thin-skinned berries

BEEREN

medium-sized, densely berry

TRAUBEN

medium-sized, slightly lobed, equilateral pentagon, mostly three-lobed

BLATT

Charakteristik

Pinot Blanc, White Burgundy

Synonym

Weissburgunder

Services

PLANTING MACHINE with GPS

The correct planting of high-quality vines is also part of good viticulture and that is why we offer this service for you.

With our latest GPS-controlled planting machine, we can plant both standard-length vines (35cm) and high stem lengths with high precision. Contact us if you need information on how to measure the new vineyard precisely and determine the number of vines.

VINE NURSERY

As part of our range of services, we also offer mechanical clearing of old vineyards. Since completely removing the old vines by hand is hard work, we can remove the rooted vines in just a few minutes using our lifting plough. During this process, the entire old root system is removed from the ground and at the end only the trunk needs to be collected.

We also offer our customers the option of preparing the soil for their new vineyard with a spade machine. Hereby, a large area of soil can be broken up up to a depth of about 50cm, which allows humus, fertilizers or compost to get into the soil more easily.

LIFTING PLOUGH

SPADING MACHINE

Rootstock vines

SO4

Medium to deep heavy soils, not for poor and dry soils, for vigorous varieties, early ripening, high lime tolerance.

VINE NURSERY

Universal rootstock, for poor/dry soils, for weaker growing varieties, delays ripening, good lime tolerance.

Medium to light soils, not for cold and wet soils, for stronger growing varieties, early ripening, medium lime tolerance.

5BB

5C

FERCAL

Resistant to Peronospora, not for heavy soils, for dry locations, extremely high lime tolerance.

Not for late locations, for dry soils, not for vigorous varieties, later ripening, medium lime tolerance.

PAULSEN

The scions are cut from the vine shoots and their quality is checked.

At the same time, the rootstocks are cut to the desired length.

JANUARY-FEBRUARY

“Grafting” is the process of connecting the scion to the rootstock using an omega cut, which requires particular care and precision. These sensitive vines are waxed to protect them from drying out and then packed in boxes filled with sawdust.

MARCH-APRIL

The vines are now placed in a greenhouse at 30°C for three weeks. During that time, the callus (wound closure) is  formed in high humidity and the two components grow together.

APRIL-MAY

MAY-JUNE

After the ice saints (May 15th) the vines are unpacked again, checked and finally planted in irrigated fields where they grow into robust vines.

During these months, the vines are watered if necessary and protected from diseases. Attention must also be paid to the care of the soil and the leaves.

JUNE-OCTOBER

After the first frost, the grown vines are pulled out of the ground and returned to the company premises.

NOVEMBER