After a couple of internships with some of the best wineries, Judith took over the winery in 2004 from her parents and immediately started transforming the winery. She is now certified organic and uses biodynamic methods in most vineyards. Her parents and her partner still support and help her with most things in the winery. Her house is in the middle of a vineyard, and she says she needs this for a good relationship with her grapes. More and more wines are made in a natural style and only have small amounts of sulfur.
The grapes for this white wine come from a vineyard which is called "Fürstliches Prädium," meaning royal estate, but everybody just called it Korea. Nobody knows why it's called like this, but Judith decided to call her wine like this as well. With the fitting illustration, this is a field blend from a lot of different grape varieties. Before the pressing, the juice had four days of skin contact and then aged for six months in old barrels. What you get is a slightly orange wine with fantastic structure and freshness. As with most orange wines, you can pair it with many foods, but maybe try it with something middle eastern like hummus and ground lamb.