The estate is located in the municipality of Heilbronn in the German wine-growing region Wuerttemberg
, The age-old winemaking tradition of the family dates back to 1545. Since July 2013, the operation of Tobias (Geisenheim study, practical experience in prestigious companies in Germany, Austria, France-Burgundy and New Zealand) and his brother Björn Heinrich (BW study, Kellereierfahrung in Australia, marketing management) is included. A broom is connected. Worth seeing is an ancient Baumkelter in the immediate vicinity of the estate. The vineyards currently cover 12 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Stiftsberg
(Heilbronn). To 70% red varieties such as Lemberger, Burgundy (Pinot Noir, Black Riesling, Samtrot, Clevner) and Trollinger, as well as to 30% white varieties such as Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Scheurebe and Gewürztraminer are cultivated. Ever since the beginning of the 1980s, consistently environmentally friendly, near-natural viticulture with permanent greening and fertilization
, as well as renouncement of artificial fertilizer, herbicides
is waived and also the filtration
is done as carefully as possible. The premium wines are marketed under the name "GA", which are expanded in oak barrels. This code is a tribute to grandfather Gustav and father Adolf. The flagship of the house is called "Wollendieb". The name goes back to an incident in 1587, when here a wagoner from Bavaria wanted to sell a load of wool, in return to transport a load of Heilbronner wine. But the carter fell on the first day to the Hundsberger (part of the situation Stiftsberg), which promised him so that he drank the entire proceeds of the wool. It also produces fine brandies (yeast, pomace, wine, apple) and flaschenvergorene sect.