About This Vineyard
Alex Gysler is the force behind this 12-hectare certified Biodynamic estate. His wines over the last 3-4 years have gone beyond satisfying and affordable. The flavors today are zingy, linear, defined, frankly pretty amazing. And still the wines stay inexpensive. The change is attributable to farming, and to Gysler’s, very hands-off cellar work. The wines actually stay on the gross lees until shortly before bottling. No racking, no filtration, just unblemished goodness.
If you like Riesling, or ripe peaches in summertime, then Scheurebe is a grape for you. Named after Dr. Georg Scheu who in 1916 crossed Riesling and a wild grape varietal to make this wildly aromatic and successful new grape. Less than 4,000 acres of Scheurebe are planted in Germany today, so pick up bottles when you see them!