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The estate is located in the commune (Mittelhaardt-Deutsche Weinstraße area) in the German wine-growing region palatinate, The foundation stone was laid in 1711 by Heinrich Wilhelm Reichardt, who a year later founded the former inn "Zum Engel" today "Gutschausschank Acham-Magin". His descendants significantly expanded the vineyards by marrying in Forster families, including the Magin family. Emil Magin was a co-founder of the "Association of Natural Wine Auctioneers of the Palatinate" in 1908, today VDP-Palatinate. His son Kurt Magin married the winegrower daughter Anna Elisabeth Hebinger from Deidesheim in 1934. After the early death of her husband, Anna Magin led the winery through the turmoil of war with her father and married Anton Acham in 1947. The daughter Anna-Barbara Acham has been running the business with Vinzenz Trösch since 1994.

The vineyards cover eight hectares of vineyards in the renowned individual locations Kirchenstück. Pechstein and Enormous (Forest), Herrgottsacker and Mäushöhle (Deidesheim), as well Reiterpfad (Ruppert Berg). 75% of them are planted with Riesling and the varieties Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Scheurebe, Portugieser, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Dornfelder and Gewürztraminer. The wines are produced in accordance with the strict guidelines of environmentally friendly viticulture with low gates in spring, moderate fertilization and the use of environmentally friendly pesticides. The grapes are harvested by hand and, after gentle pressing, fermented in wooden barrels or stainless steel at low temperatures, depending on the grape variety and degree of maturity. The white wines are stored for a long time lees, The red wines mature in oak barrels for at least one year. The winery is a member of the VDP (Association of German quality wine estates).

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