• Moritz Haidle in the vineyards
    Moritz Haidle in the vineyards
  • Moritz Haidle at work
    Moritz Haidle at work
  • Moritz Haidle at work
    Moritz Haidle at work
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Young winegrower Moritz Haidle

One of the Rems Valley's oldest wine estates (founded in 1949) and an ambitious young wine grower who loves hip-hop: in the idyllic community of Stetten that's a perfect match! After completing several spells of training in Germany and abroad, Moritz Haidle (b. 1987) took over the work of his grandfather and father in 2014 and now focuses on sustainable and organic wine production.

The Weingut Karl Haidle cultivates an area of 25 ha in keeping with the principle "Good wines are made in the vineyard and not in the cellars". His success proves him right. "Stettener Pulvermächer" is one of the best vineyard locations for Riesling in Württemberg, and the red wines are equally outstanding – in the past two decades they have regularly won Vinum's German Red Wine Award.
Moritz Haidle is totally at home in the Stuttgart Region: he closely follows developments in Stuttgart's hip-hop scene, values the region's many highlights and loves its culinary specialities. "Spätzle mit Soß" (swabian noodles with gravy), in his opinion, is a treat not to be missed.

"To a wine grower, work and passion go hand in hand as far as enjoyment is concerned. I'm a gourmet, but it doesn't always have to be classy or elaborate. I'm just as happy with simple, good food in a cosy atmosphere. Enjoyment comes in many different forms."

Moritz Haidle

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Porsche Museum Stuttgart

Must see: Porsche Museum


Typical for the Stuttgart Region for Moritz Haidle: good wine, good food, good cars. And for automobile fans the Porsche Museum is of course an absolute must!

Discover automotive history and the fascination of Porsche in an incomparable ambience: some 80 vehicles and various smaller exhibits take visitors from all over the world through the unique history of the Porsche brand.

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Y-Burg in Stetten

Favourite lookout point: Y-Burg in Stetten


To reach his favourite lookout point, Moritz Haidle has only to climb a few steps in his vineyard: the Y-Burg castle, which was built around 1300, stands on the hill overlooking the wine estate and is one of Stetten's main landmarks.

Today the Y-Burg is also a place for epicures – in the summer and early autumn it's the impressive setting for culinary events such as wine tastings.

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Vincent Klink in his herb garden

Michelin-starred chef Vincent Klink


The best ingredients, long experience and cooking skills, paired with a passion for the Stuttgart Region: Michelin-starred chef Vincent Klink invites you to enjoy world-class Swabian cuisine. And has a few tips for your Stuttgart visit!

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A great team: The Trautwein brothers

Ferdinand and Max Trautwein


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