The winery is located in the municipality of Grünstadt-Asselheim (area Mittelhaardt/Deutsche Weinstraße) in the German wine-growing region Pfalz. It was founded in 1949 by Käthe and Georg Gaul and then taken over by daughter Inge and Bernd Triebel. After his apprenticeship as a winemaker, the business has been managed by Michael Triebel, the third generation of the family, since 2014. According to the winegrower's credo, the deep connection to nature, his roots and tradition are as important to him as finding new and creative ways to grow and develop the wines. The new logo of the winery combines a vine leaf with the modern version of one and is intended to symbolise tradition, progress and creativity.
The vineyards comprise 20 hectares of vines in the individual sites Goldberg, Schloss and St. Stephan (Asselheim), as well as further areas in the large Grafenstück site (Bockenheim). They are planted to 50% with the white wine varieties Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Müller-Thurgau,Pinot Blanc and PinotGris, and 50% with the red wine varietiesPinot Noir, Blauer Portugieser, St. Laurent, Merlot and Dornfelder. Special emphasis is placed on sustainability through controlled soil cultivation. It is a declared goal to produce terroir-emphasized, high-quality and long-lasting wines through much manual work, reduced yields and long ripening periods. Depending on the type of wine, the wines are aged differently in stainless steel tanks, in traditional large wooden barrels or in . In addition, bottle-fermented sparkling wines are also produced.