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The estate is located in the municipality Ramsthal (area Maindreieck) in the German wine-growing region Franconia, It was founded in 1966 by Karl-Heinz and Thekla Baldauf with then just under a hectare. In 1990 Gerald Baldauf took over the business and since 1996 he is run jointly by the brothers Gerald and Ralf Baldauf. The wine sales in the wine shop are made by the wives Heike and Silvia Baldauf. The vineyards cover 48 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers St. Klausen (Ramsthal), Langenberg (Retzstadt), Castle (Laudenbach), stone (Stetten), Himmelberg (Leinach, little bird (Nordheim) and Trautlestal (Hammelburg). In addition, grapes are delivered by contract growers in accordance with the guidelines of the winery. The white varieties Müller-Thurgau, Silvaner, Bacchus, Pinot Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Riesling, Rieslaner, Kerner, Scheurebe and Morio-Muskat, as well as the red varieties Pinot Noir, Black Riesling, Domina, Regent, Dornfelder and Cabernet Dorsa are processed.

Since the year 2010 will be Organic viticulture according to the guidelines of ECOVIN practiced. The healthy and physiologically mature Grape is selectively harvested. The cooled fermentation is temperature-controlled to preserve the variety of aromas of the grape varieties. The red wines are stored for maturing partly in large wooden barrels and partly also in barriques. In weather-appropriate years are also noble sweet Wines, as well as also produced sparkling wines and flaschenvergorene sect. Every year, around 350,000 bottles are produced. The winery is a member of the association Frank & Frei,

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