Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution, 1975
Our approach to viticulture is an very unmodern one and the concept is “doing nothing if possible”. We let grass and herbs grow between the rows to save the soil from drying out and to build up humus and do as little as possible to avoid stress to plants and soil.
Our fields look different to neatly trimmed and properly cut vineyards you might know from fancy advertisments. Bees, butterflies and all kind of beneficial species have started to return give us an idea of natural beauty.