Our wines should express the character of the grape variety, the characteristics of the vineyard and the peculiarity of the vintage, i.e. the outstanding Villány terroir, in the best possible way. The benchmark is the quality of the grapes. Only what the grape carries within itself can later be found in the wine. A wine can only be as good as the grapes allow it to be. Therefore, our first attention is to produce first-class grapes in the vineyard. We strive to achieve this goal by consistently limiting the quantity as early as the pruning stage. If the ideal measure is exceeded, the wine loses the character (terroir) given to it by the grape variety, the vineyard and the vintage. The ideal measure can also not be extended by artificial fertilisation. We therefore refrain from any form of artificial fertilisation in our yielding vineyards. In the long run, quality-oriented viticulture can only be successful with and never against nature. The winery has therefore been managed according to the rules of organic viticulture since 2008 (previously integrated agriculture). Biodynamic preparations have been used since 2016. Since 2020, it has been managed according to the rules of Natural Synergetic Winegrowing NSW developed by Horst Hummel. A good wine makes itself. Based on this premise, we only intervene in the development of the wine in the cellar to the extent that is absolutely necessary. Our wines are fermented spontaneously without any additives and bottled unfined and unfiltered without the addition of sulphur.