The old recipes taste best
In creating their wines, both father and son rely heavily on tried-and-tested traditions. So the experience of many generations shines through – naturally without the old wine presses and wooden buckets, but still with enormous passion and dedication. The love of wine has shaped the philosophy of the Fürsts. Instead of mass production, they continue the tradition of staggered and selective harvesting of the grapes by hand. This reduces revenues but perfects the taste. The long maturing period in wooden barrels gives the wine its body. It is during this time that the unmistakably fine, yet at the same time fresh and playful taste develops.
The Fürsts are convinced that the more effort they put into their product, the better the result. From the climate to the soil, from the right vines to the perfect position, from the correct amount of humus at the vineyard to the painstaking harvest, the experts work meticulously on every tiny component in order to produce an even better product every year. And the hard work pays off: many of their wines have won awards.