Weingut Wolfer

Thurgau, Switzerland


Eight grape varieties grow on two sites on the southern slope of the Ottenberg hill with a clear view over the Thur valley to the Alpstein and Säntis. Two thirds of the vines are located in Bründlerberg, one third in Waidli and Bachtobel area. The grapes are processed into 12 wines. The soils lie on a glacial moraine and are rather heavy. The terroirs are clayey-loamy and rather heavy. Since 1975, the Wolfer Winery has been a self-wine-pressing operation.

The geographical location of the Wolfer winery combines heavy terroirs with a view that reaches as far as the Alpstein and Säntis. World-class wines that are part of the memory of Swiss wine thrive here.

Weingut Wolfer
Bründlerbergstrasse 15
8570 Weinfelden

Reviving traditions with new ideas

For Martin Wolfer it was clear early on that he wanted to set accents with Pinot Noir - his greatest passion at Wolfer Winery, where 60% of the vines are Pinot Noir.

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Do what you can and await what will happen

Martin Wolfer had to learn to deal with the dangers of storms. 2009 was a formative year for him - a storm threatened to cause hail damage of up to 90% to his vineyards.

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Our history

  • 2013

    The Wolfer winery wins the "World champion title" at the Mondial des Pinots contest.

  • 2012

    Martin Wolfer takes over the business from his father and uncle.

  • 1975

    His father and uncle dared to take the step to self-potting.

  • 1925

    Martin Wolfer's grandparents set up a mixed farming business in the area "im vorderen Bachtobel".

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    Order on weekdays until 1 pm, and your order will be delivered within 2 working days. Our Tasting Sets will be delivered on the next working day.

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