Schätzle Family Winery, Producing High-Quality Wines Since the 17th Century
In the heart of Baden, one of the most active winegrowing regions of Germany, Gregor and Thomas Schätzle craft their superb German wines at Schätzle Family Winery. The family has been producing high-quality wines since the 17th century. Surrounded by unspoiled nature, the vineyards are dedicated to the production of Burgundian grape varietals. The vines boast the essence of the soil, sun, and the microclimate they grow in.
Schätzle Family Winery manages their vineyards with a combination of conventional and modern viticultural techniques.
Fourth Generation Managing the Winery
Respecting the family traditions set in place in the 1600s, Thomas, Friederike, and Franziska Schätzle run the estate with complete dedication, love, and passion for wine. The family has combined conventional methods of viticulture with modern techniques giving their wines new and distinct flavors and aromas. Currently, the fourth generation of the Schätzle Family manages the operations in the cellar and vineyards.
Excellent Vineyard Sites and Sight-Seeing Tours for Guests
Schätzle Family Winery grows a wide array of grapes in the vineyards, covered with unique flora and fauna. In the loess and mineral-rich soil, the company cultivates top-class Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, and Gewürztraminer. With an authorized wine certification, these grapes get converted into elegant red, white, and rosé wines, along with delicious sparkling and dessert wines. All Schätzle Family Winery wines grow within the Kaiserstuhl, Kirchberg, and Pino Magma winegrowing appellations. Kirchberg, located in the beautiful village of Schelingen, is the house of one of the highest quality family-owned vineyards in Europe.
Along with wine production, the winery exhibits various sight-seeing tours for the guests. You can learn the history of Vogtsburg in Kaiserstuhl, made from the division of seven villages. Visit and learn more about the special and diverse culinary art of the region.