Bianka and Daniel embarked on their journey in 2012 with a vision to create great wines by living in harmony with nature. Working biodynamically serves as their perpetual inspiration, as they witness the results every day in their vineyards.
To achieve their goal of healthy and vital vines as well as soils they enhance the balance and harmony in the vineyards as much as possible while intervening as little as they can.
Bianka and Daniel rely on long skin contact and ageing on the lees to preserve the balance of their wines and allow them to develop their distinct characteristics. This is achievable only with completely healthy grapes and passionate care. As a result, their wines are fresh and pure yet electrifying and delicate.


Rheinhessen is the largest wine-growing region in Germany, covering approximately 27,000 hectares. Nestled along the left bank of the Rhine, it forms a large triangle between Bingen, Mainz, and Worms. The hilly landscape enjoys one of the warmest climates in Germany and ranks among the driest in Central Europe.
The region boasts a rich diversity of soils, including loess, sand, quartzite, porphyry, marl, limestone, and clay. Thanks to the presence of loess, clay, and marl, the vineyards thrive even during dry periods.
Rheinhessen is known for producing excellent white wines such as Riesling, Pinot Blanc and Silvaner.