On the edge of the wine village Fläsch in the Bündner Rheintal, there is a striking ensemble in the vineyards: the Gantenbein vineyard. Since 1982, Martha and Daniel Gantenbein make wine here. They knew: The vine is the determining factor. So they planted burgundy clones in their vineyards. They learned: The grape must not lose anything on the way from the vine to the bottle. So they have set up the vinery: Grape juice and juice will flow along gravity, neither being pumped nor filtered. Five hectares - and therefore the big part - belong to the Pinot Noir. 1 hectare belongs to the Chardonnay. On 20 Aaren last but not least the Riesling.