Natural Colors

With its very own color palette, autumn enchants you every year.

Fog rising from meadows and shades of gold and red that transform the landscape into romantic works of art.

Autumn Days

Knitted hats, warming drinks and golden sunsets - this is what autumn feels like to you.

Endless walks, jumping into piles of leaves and last breaks in parks - the perfect time to say goodbye to summer in a conciliatory way.


The heart is burdened, the soul tired, and feelings of happiness sometimes have a hard time. The reasons are sometimes concrete, sometimes diffuse.

Calmness soothes, helps to sort and to straighten you up. And at some point you prefer company to isolation again.


The long days are behind us and darkness sets in early. Delicate glimmers of light envelop us and lantern light falls on leaf-covered streets.

Autumn is now inexorably pushing aside the last moments of late summer.

My Forest

For us, it is an excursion destination and a refuge far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. For a multitude of other creatures, it is their only living space.

About 6,000 different animals live in our native forests. We share it, we are visitors and we should treat it with care.

Autumn Food

Inevitably, the golden season arrives. Hurray for the rich selection of seasonal ingredients it brings.

Whether sweet or savoury, refined or classic. How about a pumpkin and apple chutney, a pear tart with walnuts or chanterelle risotto?!

Wine Time

Many things can spoil it thoroughly. Only the ideal interplay between sugar and acid content makes the grape special.

A sunny, dry autumn is the best harvest time and whether by machine or by hand, the grape harvest is the highlight of the winemaker's year.

So Close

Our geographic radius is currently small. Our options are limited, but it sharpens our eye for the little things that are very close.


Many important minerals and vitamins contain the small health miracles. Whether in the cake, in the jam, in the ice or just as a fruit. The plum is versatile and in autumn a delicious fruit companion.


Autumn is the perfect time to head into the woods, to experience at first hand constantly changing colours of nature. Nothing is more delicious than frying mushrooms you’ve picked yourself. Champingnons, chanterelles and morels are just waiting to be discovered - off to the woods!


Storms are part and parcel of every autumn. Wind, rain and storm fronts signal the coming winter. Time to find your woolly hat, put on your Wellington boots and don’t let the weather get you down!

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