The winery is located in the wine town of Langenlois in the Lower Austrian wine growing region of Kamptal. It was taken over by Fred Loimer from his parents in 1998. His passion for the vinification of outstanding wines has earned him the nickname "Quality Maniac". The new winery, completed in 1999, caused a sensation in the wine and architecture scene. The 800 m² brick vaulted cellar, formerly owned by the nobility, lies beneath the new building, which resembles a black monolith. The estate's own vineyards cover 60 hectares of vineyards of different terroirs in the Dechant, Käferberg, Seeberg, Spiegel, Steinmassl and Heiligenstein vineyards. They are planted with the white wine varieties Grüner Veltliner (60%), Riesling, Chardonnay, Muscat and Pinot Gris, as well as the red wine varieties Zweigelt and Pinot Noir. Certified Biodynamic viticulture is practised according to the rules of the association respect-BIODYN.
In addition, grapes are delivered by 25 contract winegrowers who have to work in the vineyard according to precise guidelines. This concerns pruning, soil cultivation, leaf care, yield reduction, plant protection and grape harvest. The use of herbicides and insecticides is prohibited and must be replaced by suitable biological measures such as the confusing method (pheromone trap) against the . Among the premium wines are several Rieslings and Grüner Veltliner and Kamptal DAC Reserve with different vineyard names, as well as several red wines from Pinot Noir. About 350,000 bottles of wine are produced annually, about 60% are exported to 30 countries, a third of which are the USA. The winery is a member of the associations Premium Estates of Austria and Traditionsweingüter Österreich.
In 2001 a revitalization of the Schellmann winery in Gumpoldskirchen in the Thermenregion wine-growing region (Lower Austria) was started under the advice of the "old master" Gottfried Schellmann (+2005). These wines are marketed under the Schellmann label.