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Prinz Salm





The Prinz Salm winery is the oldest family-owned winery in Germany, since 800 years and 32 generations. The es-tate, with its Wallhausen Castle, is located in the North-West of the Nahe wine region. In 1989 Prince Michael of Salm-Salm introduced organic cultivation of the 13 hect-are vineyards, emphasizing the winery’s tradition of close-to-nature farming. Today the winery is run by the two sons, Prince Constantin and Prince Felix. The vineyards, mainly on green and red slate soil, produce mostly Riesling (70%) but also Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Silvaner. The annual production reaches 70,000 btls.






Tulip Winery combines social commitment with the mak-ing of premium wines. The Itzhaki family founded the winery in 2003 in the Kfar Tikva community for the men-tally disabled, some of them employed at the winery. The winery is managed by Mr. Roy Itzhaki and the winemaker Mr. Tamir Arzy also takes care of the vineyards located in the Upper Galilee and in the Judean Plain. The grape varietals are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Gewürztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc. The annual production reaches 100,000 bottles.