Whether cultural business, retail or gastronomy - everyone is suffering from the Corona crisis. Even regional agriculture is already feeling the effects, the full extent of which is not yet even foreseeable. This also includes the vintners, who were looking forward to the opening of street pubs and the holding of various wine festivals soon. But instead, important distribution channels are breaking away and urgently needed seasonal workers are not allowed to enter. Moreover, big events and company events, where wine from Germany is gladly served, are cancelled for a longer period of time.
Vintners can also be helped in this difficult time - best by selling their wines. Therefore, we present you some wineries - mainly from the near Rheingau region - which supply you with noble drops even in times of crisis. Of course we will expand this list regularly:
Winery Peter Flick - The family winery in Hochheim am Main is already successfully managed in the fifth generation. The wines have been awarded several times, which you can judge at home. Orders can be placed in the online shop at: https://www.vinothek-flick.de/
Weingut Im Weinegg - At the winery, once a cathedral presence farm and later home to notable estates such as Aschrott and Künstler, Fabian Schmidt has been crafting his wines since 2009. The terroir-based wines of special quality can either be purchased Wed/Fri/Sat and Sun on site at the winery recommended by the Gault & Millau Weinguide 2020 or ordered from the webshop. https://www.weingut-weinegg.de/
Weingut Künstler - The winery in Hochheim am Main offers top wines from the great sites of the Rheingau. The wines can also be purchased in the online shop. From 24 bottles or 250 euro value of goods, the delivery is free of charge. https://shop.weingut-kuenstler.de/alle-produkte.html
Weingut Josef Schönleber - For decades, value has been placed here on cultivated Riesling wines that combine fruit and elegance. The Riesling assortment is complemented by wines from the grape varieties Blauer Spätburgunder, Dakapo (new red wine variety, classified since 2000) and Gelber Orleans (historical grape variety, planted in 2015). Wine packages will gladly be sent to you. More info is available at www.weingut-schoenleber.de
The Winery Rollanderhof usually stands with its wine stall at various weekly markets in Frankfurt. Due to the Corona crisis, this is no longer possible. Also in the wine shop in the Kleinmarkthalle, only bottles are allowed to be sold, but the wine is no longer allowed to be served. So that customers can still enjoy the wine, a "drink at home" delivery service has been started. From 15€ order value for 2,50€ and from 40€ order value free delivery on the same day and if desired also cooled (in FFM city area). Order Mon-Fri until 18.00 / Sat until 16.00 on 0157 34441970 (also WhatsApp) or email@example.com
Order via the online shop at www.weingut-rollanderhof.de will be shipped in the next few days.
Winery Georg Breuer - Vintner Theresa Breuer has received the top rating of the Gault&Millau wine guide for her Riesling. The vinotheque in Rüdesheim am Rhein is still open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. But you can also have the wine delivered. To do so, simply request the current wine list and then order by mail or phone: firstname.lastname@example.org / +49 (0)6722 1027, all other info at: http://georg-breuer.com/
J. B. Becker - That's 125 years of genuine Rheingau tradition in Walluf. The family business is particularly known for its dry and matured Rieslings. But also Spätburgunder or Rieslings with traditionally light residual sweetness provide here for real rapture. Here too, orders can be placed conveniently in the online shop: https://www.beckerweine.com/
Prince of Hesse - The winery with the sovereign name "Prince of Hesse" - since the beginning a member of the VDP, the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates - are not only highly respected in Germany and have won several awards. All wines and sparkling wines are now delivered free of shipping costs within Germany for orders of 12 bottles or more: https://www.vinothek-prinz-von-hessen.de/
Winery Corvers-Kauter - Here Matthias & son Philipp Corvers always work hand in hand for wines that represent the diversity of the Rheingau. From the Erbacher Marcobrunn and Rauenthaler Baiken to the partly steep and rugged vineyards in the Rüdesheimer Berg and the Assmannshäuser Höllenberg in the west, the Corvers-Kauter winery has many top vineyards in its program. Only recently, the winery was named "Rising Star of the Year" by Gault-Millau, as well as "Winery of the Year" for the "best noble sweet collection" by Eichelmann Weinguide. Free shipping is available for orders of 6 bottles or more: http://www.corvers-kauter.de/weine
Winery H.J. Ernst - Johannes and Katrin Ernst are the fourth generation to run the winery. On a total of 33 hectares with eight vineyards in Eltville, Rauenthal, Kiedrich and Walluf, 70 percent Riesling, 20 percent Pinot Noir as well as Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay are growing. The wines, but also six sparkling wines and a fruity sparkling wine, can be ordered in the online shop: http://www.shop-weingut-ernst.de/
Winery sixteen one&forty GbR - Bernhard and Jennifer Bickelmaier keep up the long tradition of the winery in Oestrich-Winkel even in times of crisis. In addition you offer the following offer to your customers: From now on the delivery from 12 bottles is free of shipping costs. From 18 bottles a 5% discount is granted and from 36 bottles a 10% discount (offer is valid as long as the corresponding advertisement can be found on the homepage): https://www.weingut-sechzehn-einundvierzig.de/
Weingut Dienst Dorotheenhof - Since 1648 this winery is an innovative traditional winery of the Rheingau region. The multiple award-winning wines may not be served in the estate bar at the moment. But buying wine on site or in the online shop is still possible: http://weingut-dienst.de/
You know a wine from the region that should not be missing here? Or you run a winery yourself and would like to be included in this list? Then drop us a line at email@example.com. And also become part of the Facebook group SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL WINZER - RHEINGAU, which you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/147803113240858/