Planted in 1962, the Weisser Burgunder (Pinot Blanc) perfectly fits on limestone. The single vineyard is on a high plateau, surrounded by a spruce forest. The fossil limestone, 15 Million years old, saves heat during the day, the forest provides cool air. This interaction of cold/warm is very special for the micro climate and enables fine aromas to the wines. Because of the small vineyard, the old vines and the low-nutrient soil it is a rare wine, with an annual production of one single 600 liter barrel Austrian oak, aged for 20 month.