Das Weingut der Familie Adam liegt mitten im schönen Rheinhessen im Fadenkreuz der Städte Mainz, Bingen und Alzey, direkt an der „Rheinhessen – Weinlinie“.Thomas Adam führt heute in vierter Generation dieses in Partenheim gelegene Weingut, ein Ort, in dem Weinbau bereits im 8. Jahrhundert urkundlich erwähnt wurde. Seine Weinberge liegen in den beiden Partenheimer Lagen St. Georgen (Löss und Ton) und Steinberg (toniger Lehm), der westlich an den Saulheimer Schlossberg anschließt. Silvaner und Riesling sind die wichtigsten Rebsorten, es folgen Müller-Thurgau, Grauburgunder, Spätburgunder, Weißburgunder, Chardonnay und Dornfelder, aber auch Cabernet Sauvignon, Scheurebe, Regent, Portugieser, Cabernet Mitos, Bacchus, Ortega, Würzer und Rubinet – siebzehn Rebsorten insgesamt.
Weingut Reis & Luff
The roots of wine estate Reis & Luff can be found in two different regions, which are famous as the best German wine growing regions. The wedding of Wolfang Reis and Sigrun Luff connects the Mosel valley with Rheinhessen. Coincidence, the two wine enthusiastic sprouts of the Reis and Luff families got to know each other at the renowned viniculture school in Bad Kreuznach (Germany). Soon after their wedding, the couple moved to Aspisheim in Rheinhessen and founded their wine estate together, today known as “Reis & Luff”. The beautiful village Aspisheim, with its ne locations and mild climate is a perfect place to grown vines. The hilly area around the village enjoys a lot of sun through the year and is well protected against winds. Aspisheim valley lasts from “Rheinhessen hills” to the south-east boarders of the Binger Rhine country. With good weather conditions you can enjoy the wide view to the other regions Bad Kreuznach, Rheingau and Hunsrück. To cut a long story short: Aspisheim is a great place to live and even a greater place to grow vines. This advantage of climate and geography, Reis & Luff uses to farm over 20 hectares of vineyards with a wide grape variety. 60% of the grapes are white varietals. Mainly, typical for Rheinhessen, Riesling, followed by Sylvaner, Pinot Gris, Huxel-grape and Müller-Thurgau. 40% of the grapes are red varietals, including Dornfelder, Pinot Noir, Cabernet- Sauvignon, Merlot and Portugieser. Especially for the typical German grape varietals Riesling and Dornfelder the main focus is not only on high quality, but also on the individual character of the wine. Enlivening, fresh and multifaceted are trademark of Reis & Luff – a special drinking experience. Furthermore the terroir of the vineyards around Aspisheim gives the wines special, unique nuances. Typical for Rheinhessen wine are its possible applications. You can drink it as a simple every day wine, but also as a high valued companion to matching dines. Reis & Luff always forms a culinary highlight. Reis & Luff focuses on environmentally friendly and sustained cultivation of its vine yards, what guarantees a high grape quality and nal a high quality wine. This entitlement complements with the satisfaction of the customer. An advantage of this kind of cultivation is, to save the fertile country for further generations, to keep on growing typical Rheinhessen wines. The next generation of Wine estate Reis & Luff is ready to continue the family business. The two daughters of Sigrun and Wolfgang Reis already support their parents in the wine estate. The future of Reis & Luff is secured with the daughters Shanna & Magdalena Reis. All in all Reis & Luff convinces with a wide variety, solid wines, high quality and suitable, competitive prices. Their wines provide not only alternation, but also arouse companionship – typical Rheinhessen, typical Reis & Luff! You can drink Reis & Luff wines solo or as a food pairing – the wines of Wolfgang Reis are always a highlight and excite all wine friends and connoisseurs.
Vinotiv – im Sinne des Terroirs! Ca. 25 km südwestlich von Mainz finden Sie Ockenheim. Hier, in einem der reizvollsten Teile des Wein- anbaugebietes Rheinhessen, dem Land der 1000 Hügel, im idyllischen Rheintal, dort, wo der Rhein die Weinberge streichelt und sich von seiner behaglichsten Seite zeigt, liegt unser seit 823 n.Chr. durch seinen vortrefflichen Wein bekanntes Ockenheim am nördlichen Fuße des St. Jakobsberges. In dieser historischen Weinbaugemeinde bewirtschaftet unsere Winzerfamilie das ca. 10 ha große Weingut. Erleben – Genießen – Wohlfühlen
Liebe Weinfreunde, wir, das sind Sonja, Ulli & Lukas Best, betreiben ein traditionell geführtes Familienweingut inmitten der schönen Weinbauregion Rheinhessen. Von der Rebe bis zum fertig gereiften und abgefüllten Wein in der Flasche stellen wir unsere Weine selbst her. Dabei haben wir uns auf traditionelle, deutsche Rebarten wie Riesling, Silvaner oder Grauer Burgunder spezialisiert. Aber auch einige Rotweine wie Dornfelder und Blauer Spätburgunder bauen wir an. Für uns steht die Qualität unserer Weine an erster Stelle und so versuchen wir aus jedem neuen Jahrgang den leckersten Wein zu machen.
Making great wines from small grapes - not too serious, but damn good! This is the ambitious goal of an extraordinary team that comes together in Siefersheim with joie de vivre and innovative spirit. Strong characters from the wine and technology industry meet a traditional winery with excellent locations. The result is a dynamic that inspires. An ambitious project with an adventure factor. In Siefersheim, viticulture is a cultural asset, home and tradition. Whoever grew up here knows the wine year, loves the wine festivals and appreciates the charm of the rural idyll. Guests find refuge from the hustle and bustle of the big city and a place "where the world is still in order. Viticulture is a family affair. But what happens if you mix it up a little and turn up the music? For eight wine enthusiasts, the craziest project of their lives is born. Hans Joachim has been a passionate winemaker for 30 years. With the support of his wife Heidrun, he gave the two-century-old blending business the viticultural focus, developed the portfolio of sites and shaped the taste profile through quality standards in the vineyard and cellar. A success story, after which one could lean back and relax, if everything was not so exciting all at once. The education of his daughters, who found their passion in business administration, was important to him: Anne in tech, Hannah in tourism and Lara in wine. Change management, project management, marketing and teamwork. The world of international companies. They love it. But really let go when there is a great potential of locations slumbering in the home of Rheinhessen? Absolutely not! The experiences find fertile soil in the winery. Next on the list: Jan. What do you want to say. Actually web developer, designer, Electro DJ, a man of the digital world, who produces creativity in bags and yet, contrary to any logic loop, has a soft spot for nature, cellar technology and the forklift. An all-rounder, and in our history the tip of the scales. But in the vineyard you need specialists. Real nature boys. A vine whisperer. The master winemaker Nico from the Palatinate and his wife Iris are a dream team with green thumbs - and now rightly proud of a piece of Rheinhessen. When Paul, a trained young winemaker with urban Frankfurt roots and a passion for music and enjoyment comes through the gate, everything is clear. The student of viticulture at the University of Applied Sciences Geisenheim develops with bright eyes construction plans for cool wines and fits perfectly into the team. Eight characters, who could hardly be more different, and eight hectares of playground to create space for new ideas and connect worlds. Because they all have one thing in common - a passion for wine and vines. Among all four vineyards of the Gebert Winery, the Siefersheim Heerkretz is certainly the best known. A great site that produces elegant, multi-layered and exciting wines with clear porphyry minerality. As part of the sunniest and driest wine-growing region in Central Europe, the Heerkretz and its neighbouring site on the heath nature reserve, the Golden Horn, offer exceptionally good ripening conditions for healthy and extract-rich grapes. Our Rieslings, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir grow here. Not far away, but with more nutritious loess-loam soils, lies the Martinsberg. This is where our oldest Silvaner vines grow, whose roots are deep enough to allow mineral extracts to be carried right into the grapes. The south-facing Gumbsheimer Schlosshölle, our fourth site, offers our Chardonnays, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc with its loose black earth and calcareous clay marl, a foundation where both old and younger vines produce a wealth of flavour. Already when drinking the "Ortswein" from the white bottle, you can taste the clear profile of origin of the Gebert-wines. But those who want to clearly feel the characteristics of the four individual sites, reach for the "Lagenwein" in dark design, which also convinced the RedDot Award jury.
WINERY The Seck winery is an ecological winery in Dolgesheim, in southwestern Germany, in the Rheinhessen region, which works according to the Naturland Fair guidelines. TRADITION Viticulture has been practiced in Dolgesheim for more than 1200 years. The estate has been owned by the family for several generations. VINEYARDS Low harvest quantities are the prerequisite for healthy grapes and high-quality wines. WINEMAKING The wines are gently aged with minimal movement, red wines are fermented on the mash and aged for one year in wooden barrels. WEINGUT Das Weingut Seck ist ein ökologisch und nach Naturland-Fair-Richtlinien arbeitendes Weingut in Dolgesheim, im Südwesten Deutschlands, in der Anbauregion Rheinhessen. TRADITION Seit mehr als 1200 Jahren wird in Dolgesheim Weinbau betrieben. Das Weingut ist bereits mehrere Generationen im Besitz der Familie. WEINBERGE Niedrige Erntemengen sind die Voraussetzung für gesunde Trauben und hochwertige Weine. WEINAUSBAU Die Wein werden schonend mit minimaler Bewegung ausgebaut, Rotweine werden auf der Maische vergoren und ein Jahr im Holzfaß gereift.