...with more Cock-a-doodle-doo
One of these ideas is the chicken garden. Who would let chickens into their vineyard? No one in my neighborhood does it. There I am the only one far and wide with egg understanding. Our chickens busily peck worms and sprouts among the vines, scratch the soil with their claws and fertilize it too. As a bonus, there are fresh eggs every day and I have less work in the vineyard. In new German we say: A clear win-win situation.
LÖSS, GOLDEN DUST
when mrs. mayer leased out her vineyard in january 2006, then
only for the reason that erwin poller promised her her grapevines with
to treat them with the same devotion and respect that they would
did. for decades, no winter day has been too cold for her, no summer day too
hot, no effort too great to maintain your vineyard. in winter
2006 the day had come for mrs. mayer to put trustworthy hands
for their life's work, letting go and continuing the legacy
to give. in autumn the first harvest was brought in, but unfortunately
Mrs. mayer was no longer able to experience this moment. the small
quantity of wine takes a special place in our wine cellar every year
one. also in 2022, it is once again a large independent green
veltliner become. connection and gratitude are what lead us to
inspire this tribute to mrs. mayer.