Fun Facts: Andi Weigand is the third generation who produces wines in Weigand. While he has modernized the winery, he has also maintained tradition: every grape is picked by hand and all wines are produced in a minimal intervention style.
One of the oldest
Müller-Thurgau vines at 60 years old.
Grapes are hand-harvested, then direct pressed to 10-year-old 1250 liter barrels with an 80-year-old basket press. Juice ferments spontaneously and is left for 10 months on the full lees in barrels. The wine is bottled unfined, unfiltered, and with zero addition of sulfur.