The estate is located in the municipality Durbach (area Ortenau) in the German wine-growing region to bathe
, The Erbguthof has been family-owned since 1737. In addition to viticulture is grown on three hectares of fruit for the spirits produced in its own distillery. Each half a hectare accounts for forest stands and grassland. The owner Heinrich Männle is called because of the predominant share of red wine "red wine Männle". The vineyards cover 5.5 hectares of vineyards in the Durbacher individual layers Kochberg
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, They are with the red varieties Pinot Noir (more than half), Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, and the white varieties Scheurebe, Klingelberger
(Riesling), Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Müller-Thurgau and Gewürztraminer planted. It is consistently environmentally friendly viticulture with for example year-round greening
practiced. Fermentation is poorly inoculated with pure culture yeast to support the natural yeasts. In the noble sweet wines is mostly completely dispensed with pure culture yeasts. The red wines ripen for the most part in the traditional large wooden barrel, a third at least 20 months in barrique in the first 1993 created granite vaulted cellar, in which ripples also an underground source.