Mainz | Rheinhessen

Weingut Listmann

Cypress trees, sequoias and palm trees decorate the courtyard and garden. The three-tiered yew is enthroned in the middle of the Buchs Rondell - the logo of the Listmann Winery. It stands for nature, transformed by the human hand with much love to garden culture. As with the vines: the natural product grape becomes the cultural asset of wine.

IBB Hotel Ingelheim

If a Europe-wide operating hotel chain orients its equipment and services entirely according to its region, then that is worthy of award - decided the jury. The Best Of Wine Tourism Award 2019 in the category Accommodation is therefore awarded to the 4-star IBB Hotel, which opened in 2017 and offers 109 rooms.

GUT LEBEN am Morstein

GUT LEBEN am Morstein scored well in the "Wine Gastronomy" category and received the Best Of Wine Tourism Award in 2019. Its two restaurants "WEINGARTEN am Morstein" and “SCHLÖSSCHEN am Morstein” offer in the exclusive ambience of a historic winegrower's villa and Mediterranean garden restaurant homestyle, modern interpreted cuisine as well as innovative taste experiences on a gourmet level.

GUT LEBEN am Morstein

GUT LEBEN am Morstein convinced the jury in two categories: The Best Of Wine Tourism Award 2019 in "Wine Gastronomy" as well as in "Art & Culture" goes to the operators of the winegrower's villa, awoken from the Sleeping Beauty Castle. The event gastronomy and conference location with a hotel has enriched cultural life in the region since November 2017.

Domhof Winery

Traditional wine tourism is combined with playful challenges at the Domhof - that convinced the jury. Because in the red wine cellar you should not only try wine or listen to the winegrowing stories, but it also becomes an "escape room": as "wine spies", the guests slip into a new role and experience wine in an unusual way.

Vineyard Domhof, Wine hotel Kaisergarten and Vineyard Peth - three wineries for a perfect weekend in Rheinhessen

Vineyard Domhof in Guntersblum:
The vineyard Domhof in Guntersblum offers the opportunity to enjoy wine in all its glory, and there is plenty of space for all sorts of parties. After your wine tasting session, you may spend the night at the vineyard in the associated hotel “Schlafgut”.

The RheinTerrassenWeg makes long distance hikers especially enthusiastic, who are gladly induced to side trips by impressive architecture and inviting wine cellars.

They moved from the Black Forest to Rheinhessen, and they found a paradise of wine and gourmets. In 2011 Beatrix and Markus Hebestreit took over a vacant homestead in the small village of Saulheim and turned it into a pilgrim's destination for wine gourmets for the whole region. "We are fully booked every night", Markus Hebestreit says: "People here spend a lot of money for food and wine – and they go out eating even in the middle of the week!" "Usually, restaurants are visited for their food, and the wine plays second part", Markus says, "in our restaurant it's just the other way round." Many guests come here just to taste the new wine varieties. It’s no wonder that the Mundart won the Great Wine Capital's Best of Wine Tourism Award in 2018 for wine gastronomy.

In Mainz/Rheinhessen there are many wineries and bars, where you can meet and enjoy a glass of wine. Most of these listed locations have received the Best Of Wine Tourism Award by providing an innovative wine tourism concept.

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