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Weingut Studert-Prüm (VdP)

The Studert family has been cultivating vines since 1581, today in the 12th generation. In 1805, vineyards which officially date back to 1256 and the estate house belonging to the St. Maximin Abbey in Wehlen, the "Maximinhof", were purchased in addition. Since the joining of the estates Stephan Studert and Peter Prüm (S.A.Prüm-Erben), the estate is named "Studert-Prüm, Maximinhof".

The wine-makers Gerhard and Stephan Studert say: having studied viticulture, the wine production is of special importance to us. In line with our philosophy, we avoid high yields in favour of the best possible quality and combine both traditional and modern wine-making methods. The meticulous selection of the grapes, gentle pressing and slow, temperature-controlled fermentatio serve to preserve freshness, primary fruit aromas and bouquet. Wines of varying sweetnes are produced which are rich in extract, elegant and which show fine fruit. For centuries our sites in the vineyards have been classified as best vineyards on the Mosel.

Even today, 80% of our vineyards are planted with original ungrafted Riesling root-stock. Studert-Prüm wines achieve highest awards at national and international competitions. The granting of the Trophy and Double Gold Medal at the International Wine & Spirit Competition in England for one of their Trockenbeerenauslese was of special importance to them.

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