Founded in 1888 as the "Deutsche Schaumweinfabrik in Wachenheim" (the German sparkling wine factory in Wachenheim) before merging with "Sektkellerei Faber" (Faber Sparkling Wine Cellar), Trier, in 1996, Schloss Wachenheim AG has become one of the most significant sparkling wine and semi-sparkling wine producers in Europe and the world in barely 20 years with operational sub-groups in Germany, France and central and eastern Europe.
In addition to sparkling and semi-sparkling wine, our key product ranges group-wide now include dealcoholised sparkling wines and wines, vermouth, cider, spirits, other wine-based drinks, alcohol-free children's drinks and, not least, top of the range quality German wine.
This is how tradition and the latest trends are combined to form the basis for company success.
With production sites in Germany, France, Poland and Romania as well as brands in Germany such as Faber, Feist, Light Live, Schloss Wachenheim, Nymphenburg Sekt and Schweriner Burggarten, the brands Charles Volner, Muscador and Opéra in France and Cin&Cin and Dorato in central and eastern Europe, today the Schloss Wachenheim Group is one of the leading global producers of sparkling and semi-sparkling wines. The products are distributed in more than 80 countries across all continents.
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When was Schloss Wachenheim founded?
Schloss Wachenheim was founded in 1888.
How many employees does Schloss Wachenheim have?
Schloss Wachenheim has 1,393 employees.
Who are Schloss Wachenheim competitors?
Competitors of Schloss Wachenheim include Frescobaldi, Chapel Down Group and Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates.
Where is Schloss Wachenheim headquarters?
Schloss Wachenheim headquarters is located at Niederkircher Str. 27, Trier.
Where are Schloss Wachenheim offices?
Schloss Wachenheim has an office in Trier.
How many offices does Schloss Wachenheim have?
Schloss Wachenheim has 1 office.
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