The estate is located in the town of Markt Harmannsdorf in the Austrian wine-growing region Volcano country Styria, This used to be a former estate of the canons of the Vorau Abbey. In 1913, the property was acquired by the Lamprecht family. After varied history with several owners, the estate came to a standstill. In 2006 it was reactivated by the Lamprecht family and new vines were planted. The company is managed by Gottfried Lamprecht. The refurbished old wine cellar also offers various events such as wine tastings and culinary events as well as vineyard hikes.
The vineyards cover nine hectares of vines in the location Buchertberg. Here are the red wines Blaufränkisch and Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ), and the white varieties Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) Furmint. Sauvignon Blanc and as a special feature Styrian mixed set cultivated with over 70 rare and ancient grape varieties. Among others, these are Adel Fränkisch (a Traminer descendant), Blue Heunisch (variety Gouais blanc ) and whiter Orleans, It gets certified Organic viticulture practiced. These include, among others, the waiver herbicides, synthetic Pesticides and synthetic fertilizer,
There is a separate, self-imposed quality concept or seal of quality called "Herrenhof Charter", at which all the activities in vineyard and cellar are based. These include promoting the biodiversity (Biodiversity), yield reduction to a maximum of 45 hl / ha, spontaneous fermentation with vineyard-owned yeasts, vintage- and vintage-typical vinification, no additives and minimal use of sulfur, The wines are produced in the steps Gutsweine as well as layer and reserve wines. They all mature in traditional large oak barrels from their own forest. On fining and filtration is waived. The premium wines are "Buchertberg white" (Styrian mixed set) and "Blaufränkisch Buchertberg". It will also be one Verjus generated.