The estate is located in the community Roßbach (Neuchatel Castle), a district of Naumburg in the German wine-growing region Saale-Unstrut
, It was founded in 1992 and today is owned by Andrea Herzer, winegrower daughter from Dorndorf an der Unstrut and studied business administration and her from the Palatinate man Stephan, graduate engineer for viticulture and cellar management. Of the two, a historic farm was acquired in 2000 in the center of Rossbach, which was subsequently restored and converted into a winery. The vineyards cover 21 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers stone Masters
(Naumburg) and Rappental (Dorndorf). They are planted to 80% with the white varieties Pinot Blanc, Muller-Thurgau, Riesling, Silvaner, Pinot Gris, Gutedel, Bacchus and Kerner, and to 20% with the red varieties Dornfelder, Portuguese, Blauer Zweigelt and André. For many years is controlled environmentally friendly viticulture with, for example greening
and harmonic plant nutrition. By using the disrupter
(Pheromone trap) can completely on insecticides
be waived. A consistent reduction in yield through targeted thin out
by hand allows ripe, healthy grapes. The pure musts are vinified with brined fermentation to fresh and fruity, mainly dry, but also semi-dry and sweet white wines, where great emphasis is placed on varietal and pure, area-typical expansion. The dry red wines are traditionally mashed and matured in oak barrels. It also noble noble Prädikatsweine, bottle-fermented sect and brandies (pomace) are produced.