He who wants to make wine needs patience and profound trust in nature. It is the fine threads of patience that permeate the soil we work on, creating a direct link between man and nature.
The impatient wants as much as possible and he wants it fast. Hannes first years as winemaker were shaped by a forceful creative drive. Many years and experiences later, the youthful impatience was replaced by tranquility. Hannes has finally found himself and his wine.
The location where Hannes wines are produced lies somewhere between coincidence and providence. Between steep slopes and rolling hills. Between Kranachberg and Kehlberg. Between city and countryside. Between the place he discovered and the place he was given.
The production of wine has many facets. It is nature, human and location boiled down to one. What it needs to make wine is the feeling for the moment and the courage to take things slowly. Time is like a microscope, the deeper you get, the closer you look, the more you can see.