Weingut J. Neus

Ingelheim's reds have been famous for centuries, and Josef Neus rose here as one of the "Kings of Red Wine." Neus was born on the Mosel, but came to Ober-Ingelheim in 1881, opened a wine store and soon thereafter began with his own cultivation. read more

Weingut Meyerhof

Weingut Meyerhof in the Rheinhessen town of Flonheim prides itself on seven generations of family ownership. The estate has sat in this location only since the early 1980s, when Artur Meyer built new buildings here on the edge of town. read more

Weingut Pauser

Pauser is a young, fresh and creative family-run winery, and a relatively new one at that. Founded at the end of the 1970s, Friedrich Pauser and his daughter Eva Pauser-Brand cultivate over 30 hectares of vineyards. read more

Weingut Schneider - Mirjam Schneider

For Mirjam, there was never any question in her mind that she would someday be a winemaker. As a child, she spent much time in the vineyards, learning all aspects of viticulture at her father's side. read more

Weingut Wasem

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