In 2011 we tasted the first wines of the Cabernet Blanc variety from German vineyards and were immediately delighted with the quality.
The vision was born quickly.
In Valais, a region otherwise known for its intensive cultivation, we want to develop an ecological alternative which is at least as equal to traditional wines.
In addition to the well-known problem of plant protection, there is also the risk in Valais that traditional steep slopes will be abandoned more and more due to the high maintenance and cultivation costs and that viticulture will concentrate only on locations that are easier to cultivate.
With our project we also want to give a future to the sustainable viticulture in the steep slopes planted with vines of top quality.
2019 - June
Swiss organic wine award 2019 - we achieve the 2nd rank in our category white wine PIWI (fungus resistant).
2019 - June
The native bushes planted by "Vogelwarte Sempach" team in April 2019 are showing their first blossoms and are thus helping to promote biodiversity (more information see "Biodiversity" and "News/Promotions").
2019 - May
The third shot is bottled and available.
Ideal balance between acidity and residual sugar, yellow, exotic fruits and a very long finish.
For the first time also in a quantity which should cover the high demand.
2018 - September
The harvest has arrived and it promises to be a very good vintage in terms of quality.
Available from approx. mai 2019
2018 - May
The Shot No 02 is available but in a few quantity.
The first vintage with Bio-Suisse "conversion".
A beautiful vintage with good acidity and expressive aroma.
2017 - November
Bio Suisse certified
2017 - August
Early harvest in early September and less yield than in 2016 due to difficult conditions in spring (frost).
Our first vintage Shot No 01 is vinified by Nicolas Zufferey and we go on the market
(wine description see wines/prices/conditions).
The first harvest takes place, but we do not commercialize it.n
We graft a younger plant from Fendant to Cabernet Blanc.
95% of the vines sprout with the new variety!
A second "wave" followed, including replanting of the young plants damaged by the large amounts of snow at the end of 2012.
The first plants are planted in part of the freshly terraced vineyard.
We purchase a vineyard, remove the old Pinot Noir vines and terraced the area.