My love for wine and especially for Lagrein comes from the fact that my ancestors have been farmers and wine growers for centuries. Taber was my great-grandmother’s name. The farm was named after her – because it was often the women who had the say on the farms. That’s the way things were back then. You might not think so, but it was. And when I took over in 1977, I didn’t make very many changes. And a lot of the vines are from those times; they are 80 years old and more. Old vines are not so productive, of course, but their grapes have more depth. A bit like humans, don’t you think?