The winery is located in the municipality of Gorca in Slovenska Štájerska (Lower Styria) in the Haloze area in the Podravje region of Slovenia. It is run by Maria and Michael Gross (the parental business is the Gross Winery in Ratsch, Southern Styria). The first vineyard was acquired in 2005 and the areas have been constantly expanded. In 2011, a technically renovated winery (press house, vaulted cellar) located high above Gorca was put into operation. The vineyards cover 18 hectares of vines at an altitude of 300 to 500 metres above sea level on extremely steep slopes of up to 65% on exclusively terraced slopes on poor, rocky soils of calcareous clay marl.
They are planted with the white wine varieties Sauvignon Blanc, Šipon (Furmint), Traminec (Gewürztraminer), Laški Rizling (Welschriesling) and Renski Rizling (Rheinriesling). The vineyards are cultivated by hand according to the certified rules of organic viticulture. Each vine is cared for individually. This includes fertilisation with home-made compost, as well as the renunciation of pesticides such as herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. Cellar work is carried out according to non-invasive principles with few interventions. The white wines are produced in two lines, characterised by origin and ageing. After spontaneous fermentation and ageing in traditional large wooden barrels, the wines are bottled without fining or filtration. The most important grape variety of the winery is Furmint; the "premium Furmint" is Iglič.