Significant State Wine Institute (Research Institute for Viticulture and Wine Treatment) in Freiburg. It lies on the edge of the southern Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. Here is a wide-ranging, practice-oriented research in the fields of biology of vine plants, vine pests and vine diseases including appropriate defense measures (vine protection service) and implementation of the official means test, vine breeding and vine processing, viticulture with viticulture technique, grape nutrition and Greening Management, Location customer and soil Science, Wine treatment, wine composition, wine analysis including Fermentation engineering / techniques and backlog issues.
There will be a variety of seminars and events for the different professions of the wine industry continuing education and training carried out. The young professionals are supported by training for winemakers and wine growers. Work placements can also be carried out. One focus is new breed of winepress and table grapes with the goal of quality improvement and resistance especially against fungi ( PIWI varieties ), but also against other diseases. These were baron. Bronner. Cabernet Cantor. Cabernet Carbon. Cabernet Carol. Cabernet Cortis. Calastra. Decora. Deckrot. Freisamer. Galante. Ganita. Garantos. Hecker. Helios. Johanniter. kolor. Merzling. monarch. Muscaris. Nobling. Osella. Piroso. prior. Rosetta. Solaris. Souvignier Gris and Zähringer,
The origin of the institute lies in a vineyard founded in 1842 by the brothers Nikolaus, Adolph Friedrich and Jakob Wilhelm Blankenhorn from Müllheim in Baden-Baden, on today's Blankenhornsberg in Ihringen on the Kaiserstuhl (the winery that has long been run by the family Blankenhorn was sold in 2014). The son of Adolph Friedrich, later president of the German winegrowing association Professor Adolph Blankenhorn (1843-1906) founded then in 1872 an Oenological Institute in Karlsruhe and used the winery Kaiserstuhl as grape variety testing station. After the sale to the Baden Chamber of Agriculture in 1920, the present-day institute was founded in Freiburg. The first director was appointed in 1921. Karl miller (1881-1955) ordered.
Dr. John carpenter (1907-1998) joined the Badenische Weinbauinstitut Freiburg in 1934 and was responsible for vine breeding and microbiology. He led the vine growing from 1937 to 1945 and worked there until 1972. He made groundbreaking work for the beginning of the 1990s, the introduction of PIWI varieties in viticulture. Also extensively active in this area was Dr. med. Norbert Becker (1937-2012), the longtime leader of the Resistance and Cloning Unit. From the year 1952 the institute was a research institute of the state of Baden-Württemberg. Since 1991, the Lehr- and Versuchsgut on the Blankenhornsberg has been the focus of all viticultural experiments. In 1997 the state vineyard Freiburg and Blankenhornsberg was founded. Since 2011 it is now called State Wine Estate Freiburg,