Schloss Halbturn once served as a hunting and summer residence for the Emperor. In 2001 Weingut Schloss Halbturn was ambitiously restructured and a large part of the 160 acres of the vineyard was cleared and replanted. In addition, the historic terraces on the Jungenberg (grand terroir) were revitalised and a cellar in the Bordelais Style (chai) was built. Weingut Schloss Halbturn stands for matured wines – a longer barrel and bottle aging as well as the launch of a large part of the red wines only five years after the harvest already promise a special drinking experience on acquisition. Current vintages of wines are rounded off by a comprehensive range of rarities (up to 8 vintages). The most important thing the winery grants its wines, is the time to develop themselves in an optimum way.
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