A successful vintage has come to an end in Breisgau. She probably brings extremely tasty wines. The result of a dry summer – and rain at just the right time.
In the summer of 2022, many farms were concerned about the ongoing drought – as were the winegrowers in the region. Because even if the heat and dryness help the quality of the wine, the grapes must also be juicy. This requires water. The rain came at just the right time. The result in Breisgau is a successful autumn harvest with probably extremely tasty wines.
“Especially this year, it’s great that the grape harvest was so good and that there’s good news,” says Janek. Winegrowers are feeling the effects of rising energy, shipping and raw material costs. For Wolfenweiler, for example, this has so far only resulted in a price increase of 20 to 30 cents per bottle …