How we promote animal and plant life in our vineyards. More about biodiversity.

Operating principles
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Biological diversity
Conservation and the sustainable use of biodiversity are regarded as important bases for human welfare. The destruction and fragmentation of habitats is seen as by far the greatest threat to biodiversity on earth.

Diversity in vineyards versus monoculture
Revegetation is revival, as humus is built up and the fertility of the soil is maintained. The more diversity it blooms with, the better - and more beautiful! This strengthens our vines’ own resistance and ensures a "vitalization" of the soil.

Buckwheat, phacelia, mustard, clover, vetch, marigold, chamomile, yarrow, cornflower, poppies and many others, as well as hedges and trees at the edge of the vineyard, ensure biodiversity.

Useful animals
They are part of this biodiversity, and come into our vineyards all by themselves if we simply allow them to: worms, ants, bees, butterflies, ladybugs and many more. They help us to keep our vines and soil healthy.

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