Outstanding Vinotheks (Tasting Rooms)
Outstanding vinotheks awarded in 2021!
The German Wine Institute (DWI) announced the winners of its "Outstanding Vinotheks 2021" competition on September 29, 2021 in Ingelheim. 30 award winners from nine German growing regions received the certificates from German Wine Queen Sina Erdrich and DWI Managing Director Monika Reule. In 2016 the German Wine Institute (DWI) already issued 50 awards for outstanding vinotheks from the 13 German wine growing regions. We present all award-winning vinotheks here, filterable by year of award and wine growing region.
In addition, the Award-winning Vinotheques 2021 are also available in short videos on the DWI's YouTube channel.
One absolute must in Ingelheim is an excursion to the former 13th century Cistercian Monastery. A historical monument that has been brought back to life through the dedication of the Wasem family.read more
Weingut Wolfgang und René Peth
The "VinoPeth" vinothek was created from a former cow stall back in 2011. The space had already once hosted a wine tasting room during 1976.read more
Weingüter Willems & Hofmann
Bright and modern, tailored entirely to their entirely personal tastes: the new vinothek in a Bauhaus style represents the fulfillment of a dream for Carolin and Jürgen Hofmann. It is a place to be at ease and for shared exploration.read more
Weingut Matthias Müller
Spay am Mittelrhein is in the heart of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, designated as a World Cultural Heritage site in 2002 by UNESCO. The winegrowing tradition is old here, and Weingut Müller has been part of it for 300 years.read more
Sometimes plans are made just to be discarded. After Georg Scheidgen and his family had collected ideas for their own vinothek - while traveling through Franconia, the Wachau and Tyrol - they realized that few of them really suited their own winery in Hammerstein in the Middle Rhine region.read more
If you don't come to Spay specifically, you might just notice something out of the corner of your eye. Ah, spontaneously it emerges again as you head down the nearby main road, enchanting, a remote gem that was placed at the foot of the "In der Zech" vineyard two years ago.read more
Rebenhof Riesling Manufaktur
The Middle Mosel Valley resembles a "Grand Canyon of Riesling." If this white wine grape has its true home anywhere, it would be on this picturesque 120-km stretch of land.read more
The Saar, a tributary of the Mosel, is known for its exquisite Rieslings and a long rich history. Wineries often look back on generations of viticulture. So, it is all the more exciting when newcomers draw attention to themselves.read more
If you ask Oliver Dax why winemaking is his absolute dream job, the answer is easy for him. "This profession has so many facets that you can put all your ideas into practice beautifully," says the 30-year-old.read more
Weingut Kühner-Adams Vinothek
They wanted to give their wine a nice home. This was the prevailing thought when they gutted their typical Mosel family winegrower's house from 1902 in Mehring-Lörsch in the middle of the vines on the steep slopes. The renovation had to respect history.read more
Weingut Leo Fuchs
The historic Mosel winery at Weingut Leo Fuchs dates back to the 18th century, but was transformed during a 2005 renovation into an open and inviting vinothek. It has quickly become a beloved meeting point for gourmets and a local treasure.read more
Weingut Ludger Veit
Few places offer a more stunning view of the wildly attractive Mosel Valley landscapes than the vinothek of Ludger Veit. A puristic, linear and austere low-rise building free of any embellishments.read more