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December 2020

CANTOR – MMXVIII Just as sparkling wine may not be called champagne, our latest creation may not be called port. And yet it is made the same way. Super ripe and aroma-deep red grapes of Cabernet Cantor from the 2018 vintage, intensive maceration, stopped at the perfect time by adding alcohol and then a two-year barrel aging. Whether port, cherry, marsala or, as we Germans say without frills, "wine aperitif", these voluminous, subtly sweet wines

Cabertin 2018 - trocken - Magnum bottle Magnum bottles are filled with only the best wines. They are particularly well suited for long storage and perfect aging. The larger the bottle, the better the wine can develop its potential. Not only if you want to enjoy a wine in the future, also in the here & now a magnum is impressive. The WS-magnu-premiere is opened by the Gold-Cabertin of 2018. Filled and corked by hand, each

Pride and excitement were on our faces for days. We were thrilled with the great evaluation of our wines published in this renowned wine trade magazine. What we and our wine friends (you!) have known for a long time with a knowing shrug of the shoulders and raised glass, was impressively confirmed by the evaluation of our collection of New Varieties (Piwis) by the expert jury of "Wein&Markt": "An impressive collection!

Certified sutainability, we now made it official Our external inspection by an independent control and auditing organization of the FairChoice label under the auspices of Heilbronn University, has been successfully completed. We have cleared all the major and minor hurdles and can now officially call ourselves a "Sustainable Winery". That sounds short and sweet. But behind it is our philosophy of sustainability, which has grown over many years, our will to become a little better

The grapes of the year are harvested and it can be noted with joy and satisfaction that it will be a really good vintage. All the grapes were completely healthy, and could even have hung unharmed for many days, had they not been so early, so perfectly ripe. What was unimaginable a decade or two ago is now - due to the undeniably rapid climate change - almost normal: the grape harvest begins earlier