Prinz Salm - A 32nd generation winery
The winery, which is owned by the Prince of Salm-Salm, is Germany's oldest family-owned winery. After 800 years, Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm, together with his wife Victoria, is now the 32nd generation of Prince Salm's family estate. This is a long period of time to gather knowledge and experience, gain insights, reflect on fundamental values and pass them on to the following people. Although the family is founded on tradition and shaped by it, every generation faces changes. The 32nd generation also wants to set its own priorities.
Nature is at the heart of the daily work on the vineyard. Respectful interaction with her is therefore rewarded with a unique natural product.
"Let my children eat the grapes from the vines!" Following this personal imperative, Prince Michael was one of the first top companies to choose organic farming as early as 1988.
Wine is not made in the cellar, but outside in the vineyard. The Prinz Salm winery relies on the forces of nature to provide good soil, vital vines, reduced yields and healthy grapes. Only hand-picked grapes are allowed on the wine press and in the cellar.
When it comes to expansion, the company relies on classic methods and modern cellar technology. And on top of the old vaulted cellar, bricked out of green slate, which provides for a calm fermentation with balanced coolness - and later for a long, undisturbed storage time.
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