Producer Profile


For over a century, the Gross family has been dedicated to the art of winemaking, cultivating vineyards since 1907. Today, Martina and Johannes Gross continue this rich tradition amidst the picturesque landscape of Südsteiermark and Štajerska Slovenija. Their renowned vineyard sites, including Nussberg, Perz, and Sulz, boast steep slopes that pose challenges for conventional machinery, necessitating a sustainable and meticulous approach to cultivation. Here, the convergence of cool Alpine winds and warm Adriatic air creates an optimal climate for grape ripening, resulting in wines that balance freshness and aroma. The diverse soils, ranging from sand and gravel to shell limestone and volcanic origins, imprint a distinctive character on varietals such as Pinot Blanc.

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Where The Wines Come From


Alsace, nestled in northeastern France, is renowned for its picturesque vineyards and a rich winemaking tradition dating back centuries. In recent years, this region has become a haven for natural wine enthusiasts, drawn to its commitment to organic and biodynamic practices. With its diverse terroir and cool climate, Alsace produces a spectrum of aromatic white wines, including Riesling, Gewürztraminer, and Pinot Gris, each expressing unique characteristics of the land. Embracing minimal intervention methods, Alsace winemakers prioritize the expression of terroir, allowing the grapes to speak for themselves with minimal manipulation in the cellar. The result is a portfolio of vibrant and nuanced wines that capture the essence of Alsace's breathtaking landscape and the dedication of its winemakers to sustainable practices.