The Prince of Liechtenstein Winery
Wine enthusiasts should definitely pay a visit to the Prince of Liechtenstein Winery, where visitors can walk through the vineyards and sample the excellent wines.
The Prince of Liechtenstein Winery in Vaduz is home to the Herawingert vineyards. With its four hectares of south-west-facing slopes and mild climate influenced by the warm 'Föhn' wind, Herawingert is among the best wine-growing regions in the Rhine Valley. Its excellent quality of soil offers ideal conditions for growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Depending on the number of guests and at the discretion of the Prince of Liechtenstein Winery, tastings and standing aperitifs will be held either in the Barriquesaal or in the Bacchustube.
We are pleased to arrange commented tastings of our estate-bottled wines for groups of 10 or more persons (by prior appointment). You will visit the cellar facilities and taste 5 wines or 4 wines and 1 sparkling wine at your discretion. Fresh bread will be served to accompany the tasting. Costs for groups of at least 10 persons: CHF 23.-/person; smaller groups upon request
Following an illustrative and interesting tour through the Hofkellerei, we offer you 2 to 3 princely wines, which will be commented upon by our staff. Costs for groups of at least 20 persons: CHF 25.-/person; smaller groups upon request
The Winery will provide the client with an invoice that must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
Degustation of zwo wines in the Winery of the Prince of Liechtenstein included
Verbal reservations will be confirmed in writing by the Winery. This confirmation must then be signed by the client and returned to the Winery. The booking is only considered binding once this confimation signed by the client has been received by the Winery.
Any changes to the number of persons participating must be communicated to the Winery (reception) at least 24 hours before the scheduled tasting or aperitif.
Any cancellations communicated to the Winery less than 24 hours before the scheduled tasting or aperitif will be subject to a fee of 100.- Swiss francs.