Prince to Salm-Dalberg'sches Weingut GbR

Welcome to Schloss Wallhausen in the Prinz to Salm-Dalberg's winery.

Wine culture is not a passing guest in this castle. It has had a home in this family for more than 800 years. Meanwhile, the 32nd generation, Prince Felix zu Salm-Salm, is leading the winery. We rely on the highest quality and only ecological viticulture.

"May the wine of man rejoice the heart." - Psalm 104: 15

German, English and French are spoke on the estate.

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Felix in the vine leaves, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
Felix in the vine leaves
Photo 3, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
Photo 3
Innehof Castle Wallhausen Small, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
Innehof Castle Wallhausen Small
Johannisberg-Wallhausen - 2, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
Johannisberg-Wallhausen - 2
Castle courtyard summer, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
Castle courtyard summer
View of Schloss WallhausenInternet, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
View of Schloss WallhausenInternet
Hall Internet, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
Hall Internet
Archway entrance lock Internet, © Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches
Archway entrance lock Internet

About us

  • Winemaker Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm
  • Vineyard-area 17 hectare
  • specialist trade
  • sparkling wine
  • wine export
  • VDP

Contact details:

Prinz zu Salm-Dalberg'sches Weingut
Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm
Schlossstraße 3 55595 Wallhausen

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Processed vineyards

Binger Scharlachberg

Bingen Scharlachberg (Scarlet fever hill of Bingen)

Red pigments in the soil for top Rieslings

The people who gave the name to this single vineyard site chose something that takes some getting used to: in the case of the childhood disease scarlet fever, the tongue turns red. The single vineyard Scharlachberg consists of "Quarzit Rigosol", a strongly consolidated sandstone with a high iron oxide content. The iron discolours the soil orange-red or scarlet. The vineyard was first mentioned in a document in 1248 with the name "vocatur scarlachen". It extends above the Bingen district of Büdesheim. Rieslings with great ripening potential come from here.

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Binger Kirchberg with St. Rupert's monastery

Bingen Kirchberg (Church hill of Bingen)

Quartzite lies between chapel and church

The Rochuskapelle (Rochus Chapel) towers above, the Kempten district of Bingen on the banks of the Rhine below. In between the picturesque "Binger Kirchberg" vineyard, first mentioned in 1726. It probably got its name from the view of Kempten's Dreikönigskirche (holy trinity church). Mainly Riesling grows here, but there is also some Pinot Noir found. The loam-loess soil has a high stone content and is very rich in lime and quartzite. The quartzite contains iron oxide, colouring parts of the soil red. The wines show a distinctive flinty minerality.

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