Outstanding Vinotheks

Outstanding Vinotheks

In 2016 the German Wine Institute (DWI) awarded 50 vinotheks in all 13 German wine growing regions. They were selected according to strict quality criteria from around 200 applications by a specialist jury.


Tourism

Nahe

Weingut Tesch

Weingut Tesch, embodied today by Martin Tesch, has called the Nahe home for 11 generations. Tesch restructured the estate in 2002, reworking its entire strategic approach to winemaking.

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Pfalz

Klosterhof Weinvertriebs OHG

A majestic and distinctive panorama opens up around Weingut Schwedhelm, situated on the highest point of the Zellertal, well outside the community boundaries.

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Pfalz

Schlossgut Janson

When they ordered a full renovation of the vinothek in early 2014, one priority was to establish a uniform style. It was important to blend in well with the historic estate's overall look and feel.

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Pfalz

Weingut Fritz Walter

Many people in the Pfalz hear 'Fritz Walter' and think of the outstanding football player from this region, but

there's also an outstanding winegrower by the same name: Fritz Walter, who founded his estate in 1832 in Niederhorbach.

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Pfalz

Weingut Holz Weisbrodt

From the first moment that Helga and Willibald Weisbrodt took over the estate in 1972, they also dreamed of having their own restaurant. That dream came true in 1985 with the opening of the "Stammhaus." 

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Pfalz

Weingut Josef Köhr

It's been over 40 years since Josef Köhr took over this family-run estate with a history stretching back 300 years. It's located on the western edge of the hills that ring the Rhine rift, with a side-by-side mix of soil types that ensures tremendous diversity in the wines. 

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Pfalz

Weingut Nicole Graeber

Nicole Graeber says that visitors to her corner of the Southern Wine Route will be charmed by its almost Mediterranean flair. And who are we to argue?

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Pfalz

Weingut Ökonomierat Isler

The vinothek owned by Helmut and Christel Isler is certainly easy to find these days. While it was a bit off the beaten track up until a few years ago, the married winegrowers decided a relocation was in order and put it on the map in more ways than one.  read more
Pfalz

Weinhaus Anton

The Weinhaus Anton is relatively young by Pfalz standards. Ralph Anton took over the business in 2004 from his father Karl, who himself started here in Kirrweiler with a distillery and only later, in the 1970s, began bottling his own wines.

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Pfalz

Winzergenossenschaft Herxheim am Berg

This is as high as it gets, at least in this neighborhood. At 212 meters above sea level (abbreviated N.N. in German), there's a reason why the crown jewel of the Winzergenossenschaft Herxheim (Herxheim Winegrowers Cooperative) is named "Vinothek 212 N.N."

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Rheingau

Wein- und Sektgut Barth

The Barth Family unveiled their estate's new 100 square meter vinothek in November 2014. Not long after opening their creation in Hattenheim, on the north bank of the Rhine, the coveted "Insider Award" rolled in. read more
Rheinhessen

Weingut Eppelmann

Weingut Eppelman is a mature, old-school family business. Back in the middle of the 20th century it was still a mixed agricultural operation, making the transition solely to wine production in 1960. read more