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Weingut Prinz Salm
The traditional winery with a many centuries long history is located in the municipality Wallhausen in the German wine-growing region Nahe, It is the oldest family winery in Deutschland in continuous...
Name: Weingut Prinz Salm
Address: Address 55595 Wallhausen, Germany
Growing area: Nahe
Vineyard: 17 ha
Owner: Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm
Manager: Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm
Wine Maker: Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm
Oenologist: Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm
Phone: Phone
Fax: Fax
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Associations: VDP & FAIR'N GREEN
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The wines keep constant high level and are usually the best in their respective category in the area. Weaknesses, there is little, but can occur in difficult vintages. However, this must be balanced in good years with particularly compelling assortments so that an operation can hold the status. In most cases you can blindly buy.
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0.75 L
2018 Wallhausen Felseneck Riesling late harvest (Spaetlese) VDP.Grosse Lage
23.00 €
90 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Clear, polished nose, citrus and stone fruit, elegant vegetal, herbaceous and floral traces, promine...
0.75 L
2018 Bingen Scharlachberg Riesling Auslese VDP.Grosse Lage
28.00 €
88 WP - Very good
Editor note: Clear nose, citrus and stone fruit, delicate floral, vegetal and herbaceous traces. Juicy, very swee...
0.75 L
2016 Wallhausen Johannisberg Riesling Grosses Gewächs dry
42.00 €
93 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Firm, cool nose, light vegetal and herbaceous notes, very elegant citrus and stone fruit aromas, pro...
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2018 Riesling "Two Princes"
10.00 €
85 WP - Very good
Editor note: Cool nose, citrus and stone fruit, delicate yeasty and floral notes, fairly prominent mineral notes....
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2018 Wallhausen Felseneck Riesling Kabinett VDP.Grosse Lage
15.00 €
86 WP - Very good
Editor note: Very slightly reductive nose, delicate yeasty notes, light vegetal and herbaceous notes, light yello...
0.75 L
2018 Riesling "Grünschiefer"
15.00 €
84 WP - Good
Translate to English Editor note: Kühle, zart pflanzliche und florale Zitrus-Steinobstnase mit erdigen Noten. Schlanke, helle, süßlich...

The traditional winery with a many centuries long history is located in the municipality Wallhausen in the German wine-growing region Near, It is the oldest family winery in Germany in continuous family ownership. The oldest known document about the vineyard possession of the family Dalberg (which at that time still called Weierbach) comes from a goods list of the year 1200 with the designation "Wingert in sumelachen" (today summer hole), respectively 1217 vineyard on "Breitwiesen". The mother-in-law of Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm, the current owner, was the last Dalberg. In 1911 she married Prince Franz to Salm-Salm. Michael Prinz zu Salm-Salm, the father of Prince Felix to Salm-Salm, was President of the United States from 1990 to 2007 VDP (Verband deutscher Prädikatsweingüter), whose longtime member is the company. The owners are Felix and Michael Prinz zu Salm-Salm, where Felix Prinz is responsible for Salm-Salm as operations manager.

The vineyards on the Nahe cover 11.5 hectares of vineyards in the individual layers mountain (Roxheim) Felseneck and Johannisberg (Wallhausen), Ritterhölle (Dalberg) and Steinrossel (summer hole). Already in 1995, the conversion to a Organic viticulture completed. Among other things, there is a year-round in the vineyards greening to ensure the natural nitrogen supply of the soil and the vines. Additional nutrients are added exclusively through organic fertilization, which is why completely on a mineral fertilization can be waived.

In 2006, the former winery Villa Sachsen is in Bingen in the growing area Rheinhessen transferred to the sole ownership of the Prinz family to Salm-Salm. After the disposal of the cellar in Bingen in 2011, the vinification of the wines in Wallhausen. Until the year 2011, the wines were marketed under the label RHEINGRAF. With the year 2012, the company was then fully integrated. The vineyards cover 10 hectares of vineyards in the Binger individual layers Kirchberg and Scharlachberg, As of the 2012 vintage, the conversion or management also took place in this company Organic viticulture,

The vineyards in the Binger and Wallhäuser locations are around three quarters with Riesling, as well as Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ), Pinot Gris ( Pinot gris ), Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) Scheurebe and Merlot planted. All wines from both farms carry the Prince Salm label - with the origin Near or Rheinhessen, Around 65% are dry, 30% semi-dry and 5% residual sweet. The top of the quality pyramid are Rieslings from the Great Lakes Felseneck and Johannisberg (Wallhausen) in the near and Kirchberg and Scharlachberg (Bingen) in Rheinhessen, as well as the first layers Steinrossel (Sommerloch), Ritterhölle (Dalberg) and Berg (Roxheim) on the Nahe. These are the only ones that carry the name of the label on the label. Around 40% of the wines are still in the traditional fermented and expanded; only Pinot Noir and Merlot mature in It is also bottle fermented sparkling wine, Wine and Hefebrand produced. The company is a member of The goods,

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