»Great things are achieved by courage, greater things by love, and the greatest by patience.« (The Austrian poet Peter Rosegger, 1843 - 1918). The start of a great wine lies in the winemaker?s imagination.
We use to keep close watch on nature. Each year is different. The experiences we made in the past change our view and our range of options. You have to consider carefully which means to take to influence, to control, to improve, and to enhance. And you have to find out at which point control becomes manipulation.
Each wine has only one spring, one summer, one autumn, and one ripening season. Once you become aware of this fact, you know what it means to be patient. Only those who have a vision will find the way to their goal.