The winery Sabine and Fred Prince is located in the municipality Hallgarten in the German wine-growing region Rheingau
, After a start with 1.5 hectares, today the vineyards cover nearly six hectares of vineyards in the Hallgartener Lagen Hendelberg
, as Schönhell
with the cadastral location
Frühernberg (Hall Garden). They are planted to 90% with Riesling and a little Pinot Noir. It will Organic viticulture
according to the guidelines of ECOVIN
practiced. These include the greening
by sowing and composting
of the soil with a substantial absence of mineral fertilizer
, This through vigorous pruning and thin out
Low-yielding grapes are obtained in selective harvest in several rounds to process only ripe and healthy grapes.
Mostly carried out Whole bunch pressing
follows a slow, cooled fermentation. The wines are fruity and vinified characteristically. The white wines are aged in steel tanks. The best dry Rieslings from the VDP classified Great Lakes are called Big greenhouse
marketed. The preparation of Spätburgunder red wines is done in the classical way by means of open maceration
in laid paper, storage in a half-piece or barrique barrel with different occupancy, as well as bottling at the earliest ten months after the harvest. Every year around 45,000 bottles of wine are produced. The winery has been a member of the VDP
(Verband deutscher Prädikatsweingüter).