Lukas Hasler is the creative force that stands behind the name that started this young company from the ground up. He is the company manager, responsible for marketing and oenology. His first career was as a teacher, and then he decided to study Oenology, after which receiving his diploma, he founded Hasler winery in 2002.
Oliver Stengel has been the main caretaker of the vineyards since April 2015. With a Master’s degree in Oenology from Geisenheim (Germany), he is jointly responsible for winemaking at the cellar. It is with his consistency and friendly nature that he has become an important driving force in the engine of the company.
In addition to the standard crew, a variety of diligent helpers are at work throughout the year!
Work in the vineyards
In the vineyards, we seek out a balance between wellness and performance for our vines. Grapes reach the best maturity when the vines are under moderate stress. Biodiversity is one of the most important factors in building healthy competition. In addition, a vineyard with a high biodiversity fulfills ecologically important functions and offers a variety of critters a reliable home.
We are in the process of receiving our official organic certification, for which we are now in a transition period of 2 years.
Work in the cellar
The wine cellar is powered by solar power, and the cooling is done with tanks housed outside during the winter, using natural temperatures for cooling. In addition, the house features a thermal pump, instead of oil fueled heating, so that we significantly minimize the CO2 consumption in the cellar.
We work with spontaneous fermentation, utilizing naturally occurring yeasts from the cellar and the vines, in order to reduce using highly cultivated yeast cultures. We don’t use any animal proteins to clarify our juices, so even vegetarians and vegans can enjoy drinking our wines worry-free.
Our high quality craftsmanship means that we can limit the sulfurization of our wines. The pristine care we put into our vineyards carries over into the cellar and highlights the pure and characteristic expression of our plants!
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