The memory of nature is saved in the ground. This recorded history of our earth can lead to reappearing constancies in taste because of the geographical individualities of the ground. If, for instance, the soil is characterised by lime, these components will later be mirrored and tasted in the wine and will characterise it.
The soil structures of the individual vineyard plots reach from a loose, sandy surface of the loam-loss ground to the stiff and brittle texture of granite. These different compositions of the ground make the wide aromatic range of our wines possible and therefore make them unique in their broad selection.