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The Sabine and Fred Prinz winery is located in the municipality of Hallgarten in the German wine-growing region of Rheingau. After starting with 1.5 hectares, today the vineyards cover almost six hectares of vines in the Hallgarten sites Hendelberg and Jungfer, as well as Schönhell with the cadastral site Frühernberg (Hallgarten). They are 90% planted with Riesling and some Pinot Noir. Organic viticulture is practiced according to the guidelines of ECOVIN. This includes cover crop by seeding and composting of the soil with a large part renunciation of mineral fertilizers. The grapes, which are reduced in yield through vigorous pruning and thinning out, are selectively harvested in several passes in order to process only ripe and healthy grapes.

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