The winery is located in the municipality of Dürnstein-Oberloiben in the Lower Austrian wine-growing region of Wachau. It was founded in 2006 by Elisabeth Pichler-Krutzler and Erich Krutzler. Erich Krutzler comes from Deutsch-Schützen in southern Burgenland, where a Blaufränkisch from the Weinberg vineyard was produced as a start. From the 2007 vintage, production began in the Wachau. The vineyards cover 14 hectares of vineyards in the Frauengärten, Supperin and Kellerberg vineyards in the Wunderburg (Dürnstein), Klostersatz and Loibenberg sub-groves in the Rothenberg and Rothenhof (Loiben) sub-groves, as well as Pfaffenberg in the Kremstal growing region. The white wine varieties Grüner Veltliner, Riesling and Pinot Blanc are processed.
Since 2019, certified organic viticulture has been practised according to the principle of sustainability. The grapes are harvested and processed on a plot-by-plot basis. Cellar work is guided by non-invasive principles with as little intervention as possible (controlled doing nothing). The product range includes around 15 different wines, most of which correspond to the Wachau DAC and Kremstal DAC origin-oriented quality levels. They are matured in stainless steel tanks or in large wooden barrels, depending on the type of wine. No additives of any kind are used and no fining is carried out. Various jams (apricots, vineyard peaches) are also produced and marketed.