Weingut Heid is a family-owned winery located in Württemberg, Germany, with a history dating back to the early 19th century. The current owners, Karl Heid and his son Matthias, represent the fifth and sixth generations of winemakers in the family. The winery covers an area of 15 hectares, planted mostly with red grape varieties, including Lemberger, Pinot Noir, Trollinger, and Schwarzriesling.
The winery practices sustainable viticulture, with a focus on minimal intervention in the vineyard and cellar. They use traditional winemaking methods combined with modern technology to produce high-quality wines that express the unique character of the Württemberg region. The winery produces a wide range of wines, from crisp and fresh whites to full-bodied reds and elegant rosés.
Some of their flagship wines include the Lemberger GG (Grosses Gewächs) from the Steinberg vineyard, a powerful and complex red wine with aromas of dark fruit, spices, and tobacco, and the Trollinger Alte Reben, a fresh and fruity red wine made from old vine Trollinger grapes.