Wolfer Goldgrube is Daniel Vollenweider's first vineyard that he leased and eventually bought in the 90's, with his oldest vines.
These are made out of extremely ripe grapes touched by the noble rot bortrytis. This fungus makes the grape skins porous, the internal liquids evaporate causing a natural concentration of flavors while still on the vine. These are very intense wines with a great potential for ageing and evolving. The Goldgrube growths keep their spicy character. Auslese wines that we find stand out will be bottled seperately and given a gold capsule to mark their extraordinary level.