Bipolar - that characterises the people and the wines of the Bickel Stumpf Estate. Two siblings who share the management of the VDP.Estate, two different vineyard sites, far apart, two different soils, but one common goal – to make the best Silvaner. Matthias, also known as Matze, shapes the wine style with a lot of understatement, little superficial fruit and a lot of tension. Melanie, also called Melie, came back to the Estate in 2012. With the drive "to make wines that move us and others. "This includes as an absolute principle of Bickel-Stumpf that there are only wines from our own vineyards. "We are winegrowers in the best sense", Matze is often quoted. There is no purchase of grapes, juice or even wine. They work "slowly", they are members of the "Slow Food" association and are committed to an agriculture that respects the environment, biodiversity and cultural identity. An important part of this is the manual work in the vineyard: sustainable, loving attention to detail and with a great deal of respect for the artisan tradition of their region, they lovingly care for their vineyards, pick their ripe berries by hand, meticulously select them during the harvest and sometimes even work the soil by hand – especially in the VDP.ERSTEN and VDP.GROSEN LAGEN®. All this – and the subsequent gentle vinification in Franconian wooden barrels – is the secret of Bickel-Stumpf wines.
Silvaner from Franconian terroirs – a family history that has become wineIn the area of conflict between shell limestone and mottled sandstone, Bickel-Stumpf's has been working for over four decades to press Silvaner wines from different terroirs. In 1971 Reimund Stumpf drove with his black beetle from Thüngersheim to Frickenhausen for the first time to visit his new girlfriend Carmen Bickel. He married her in 1976. It is the fusion of two outstanding Franconian terroirs. In Frickenhausen, also called "Mamas Terroir", shell limestone dominates, in Thüngersheim red sandstone. On the Frickenhausen Muschelkalk soils there have been vines for 1100 years, the wines that come from there are known for their delicate melting, and a fine salinity sometimes more, sometimes less, but always fine creamy. The wines from the Thüngersheim red sandstone soils, on the other hand, shine with cool minerality and are characterized by a consistent "straightness". A wine package that takes you on a tasteful journey along the Main-River and opens up the facets of the Franconian Silvaner.
1x 2018 Thüngersheim Silvaner Buntsandstein trocken | VDP.ORTSWEIN
1x 2018 Frickenhausen Silvaner Muschelkalk trocken | VDP.ORTSWEIN
1x 2018 Thüngersheimer Johannisberg Silvaner trocken | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
1x 2017 Frickenhausener Kapellenberg Gemischter Satz trocken | VDP.ERSTE LAGE®
1x 2016 MÖNCHSHOF Silvaner GG | VDP.GROSSE LAGE®
1x 2016 ROTHLAUF Silvaner GG | VDP. GROSSE LAGE®
97252 Frickenhausen am Main
Phone: +49 (0) 9331-2847
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