The Princely House has been growing wine for more than four centuries, first for the principality at that time, later for the national and international market. The vineyards are located in three German growing regions, namely FranconiaRheingau and Baden. In 2010, the princely wine production sites were merged into the castle grounds of Kleinheubach, where the family's current ancestral home in Löwenstein Castle is also located. The state-of-the-art wine cellar was established in the former Marstall, a baroque sandstone building from the 18th century. Behind the historic building, two new buildings constructed entirely of wood complete the winery ensemble: the wine press hall with a sensory room, vinotheque and offices, as well as the wine warehouse.

Fürst Löwenstein - Schloss Panorama

Since 2010, vinification has been carried out as a castle bottling in Franconia at the new Kleinheubach location. After the early death of Hereditary Prince Carl Friedrich, his wife Dr. Hereditary Princess Stephanie zu Löwenstein took over the management of the Fürstlich Löwenstein group of companies. The winery manager is Peter Arnold from Geisenheim, who has international experience (Spain, South Africa). Martin Armend (Franconia, Baden) and Henning Brömser (Rheingau) are responsible for external operations, and Andrea Paul for sales. Through the partners "Châteauform" and "Viking", seminars and conferences are held at Löwenstein Castle, and river cruisers are catered for. The philosophy of the house is: loving, dignity-preserving interpersonal interaction, respect for our habitat and the elements of water, air and earth, as well as sustainablemanagement of forest, grassland, water and vineyards with natural added value.