Culture in the yard - the cabaret stage in the Weyell winery looks back on a long family history. The large-framed farmstead was built in 1713 and has been family-owned since 1850. Not only winegrowing has a long tradition here, agriculture was also one of the activities of the Weyell family. In 1995 a family member had the idea to use the large courtyard for an event, and thus the cabaret stage was born. Whether cabaret, comedy or live music, the offered program is versatile and takes place in the cold season also in the in-house vaulted cellar. Today, up to 40 concerts are held annually and also scene greats like Kaya Yanar, Bülent Ceylan and Atze Schröder have already been guests. Visitors appreciate the winery because of the quaint ambience of the old buildings.