Our wine experience

1970 s  first tastings vineyard maintenance with friends in Liechtenstein
1980 s tasting seminars and groups, Davis, CA viticulture and enology education at the University of California, Davis
marketing experience in California, Switzerland, Italy and Liechtenstein
tastings practical training at Flora Springs Winery, St.Helena, CA
1990 s setup of tasting groups and development of  A-B-C WineBalance. Internet as a graphical marketing instrument still unsatisfactory!
2005 winner at the business plan contest at the University of Vaduz, Liechtenstein, with the idea A-B-C WineBalance 
2006 establishment of the company in Vaduz
April 8, 2007 first quality labels with Weingut Sattlerhof, Gamlitz, Steiermark, Austria
2008/09 emphasis on wineries in all wine regions of Austria, Switzerland and Provence. Development with partners in Germany, Italy and France
2010 Web side www.visual-wine.com was placed as a "visual wine guide" in the internet. It was designed as an early "app", who was accessible for all current systems.
2010-2014 Cooperation with selected wineries in Europe (new partners in Liechtenstein, Spain, Croatia). Second and tertiary analysis with producers who appreciate the value of the visual presentation as a strong marketing tool.
08. Nov 13 Speech at the IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique) at the Centre Beaubourg (Co-founder Pierre Boulez) in Paris: "Parallels in Oenology and Music" (Development of visual-wine, visual code)
2015 -18
Quality labels oversees: wineries in Washington, Oregon and California.

Mediterran iles: Sardinia, Corsica, Mallorca

Selected regions in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein

Latest news

In a few weeks we will go online with our new responsive web page!

We will surprise you with a web-app who will offer you a modern and convincing help for your wine choice in the digital age.

When can you drink a mature wine with pleasure?

Determine the maturity pleasure with the help from our vertical tastingmore…  

Fingerprint or visual code

or why one has not to analyse a wine every year.

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