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Prince Fred

The Sabine and Fred Prinz winery is located in the municipality of Hallgarten in the German wine-growing region Rheingau, After starting with 1.5 hectares, the vineyards now cover almost six hectares of vineyards in the Hallgartener Lagen Hendelberg and maid, such as Schönhell with the cadastral location Early mountain (Hallgarten). 90% of them are planted with Riesling and some 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 largely no mineral fertilizer, With a strong cut and thin out Reduced yield grapes are obtained in selective harvesting in several passes in order to process only ripe and healthy grapes.

After most of the time Whole bunch pressing a slow, chilled fermentation follows. The wines are vinified with emphasis on fruit and characteristic of the location. The white wines are aged in steel tanks. The best dry Rieslings from the VDP-classified large vineyards are considered Big plant marketed. The Pinot Noir red wines are prepared in the classic way using open maceration in laid paper, stored in half pieces or in barrels with different assignments, and bottled at the earliest ten months after the harvest. Around 45,000 bottles of wine are produced annually. The winery has been a member of the VDP (Association of German quality wine estates).

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