The Bachtobel estate, its cellars and its castle have been in the family of Johannes Meier since 1784. The wine-growing tradition of the region is ancient, as evidenced by two wine presses dating from 1584 and 1729. Pinot noir is the main grape variety, representing 80% of the vines and is available in 4 wines. Here there is a real concern to achieve an eco-responsible viticulture. For years, the estate has renounced the use of synthetic fertilizers and herbicides and has limited mechanical intervention. The soils are of a clay and sand nature with a limestone content close to that of Burgundy.