The vineyards are located primarily on steep terrain with slopes of up to 40%. This requires a lot of manual work and precision.
The wide variety of soil structures, special microclimate and many hours of sunshine, combined with adequate ventilation, are determining factors. These, in combination with management of grassed areas suited to the location have led to the accumulation of humus, while the home-produced compost we have brought in has created fertile, living soil.
The working practices and planned operations implemented in the vineyard should not affect natural processes if possible. Innovative thinking in combination with forgotten methods is the best way to achieve harmony between soil, plants, animals and ourselves, the Ramoser vintner family.