Winery Lamberth

The Lamberth family winery, a wine-growing enterprise of 19 hectares, is located in Rheinhessen on the Rhine terrace between Mainz and Worms. All wines are grown in their own vineyards, vinified and bottled on the estate.
Around the small community Ludwigshöhe mainly classic grape varieties are grown. In addition to the white varieties Riesling, Silvaner, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc, there are red wines from Dornfelder, Portugieser, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.
The wines of the wine line Edition CL bear the signature of junior chef Carsten Lamberth. Reduced yields guarantee rich and long-lasting wines. The maximum manual work in the vineyard, a selective harvest and the traditional vinification are the basis for these harmonious top wines. The wines of the best vintages mature in small oak barrels. For a maximum taste experience, the red wines are bottled unfiltered. Particularly outstanding wines are designated as reserve wines with "R".
Multiple Awarded in Gault Millau, Eichelmann, Feinschmecker, Vinum, Der Mainzer ...

English and French speaking visitors are welcome.

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About us

  • Winemaker Armin und Carsten Lamberth
  • Vineyard-area 19.5 hectare

Contact details:

Weingut Lamberth
Carsten Lamberth
Kirchstraße 20 55278 Ludwigshöhe

Processed vineyards

Guntersblumer Himmelthal

Guntersblumer Himmelthal (Heaven’s valley of Guntersblum)

High, higher, heavenly in Guntersblum

The term Himmel - also common in naming - indicates good cultivated land or high altitude sites. The Guntersblum single vineyard Himmelthal actually is located bit higher, closer to the sun and thus perfect for grapes of higher ripeness. A wide variety of grape varieties thrive on fertile loess soil, such as Pinot Gris or red varieties like Pinot Madeleine, Piot Meunier and Dornfelder. The Protestant parish church there also is heavenly. Not one, but two towers rise up to the sky. This church is one of the rare so called “Heidentürme” (engl. pagan towers), built around 1102 after the 1st Crusade to the Holy Land. 

> To the other single sites of Guntersblum: Bornpfad, Kreuzkapelle and Steig-Terrassen 
> Information about the Heidenturm Guntersblum: 
> To the blog entry about the Heidentürme in Rheinhessen: 
> On the photo at the hedge the attentive viewer sees a red device. This is used for starling defense. With a loud bang the birds are driven away. 

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Guntersblumer Kreuzkapelle

Guntersblumer Kreuzkapelle (Chapel of the Cross od Guntersblum)

No chapelanymore, but wonderful sunken paths

The name of the vineyard is based on a former Kreuzkapelle (eng. “cross chapel”), which apparently no longer exists. The vines of this single vineyard grow between Guntersblum and Ludwigshöhe, on the Rhine terrace. Loess and clay minerals ensure a good supply of nutrients for a variety of vines. Hikers can discover this single vineyard ideally via the Rheinterrassenweg, the fourth stage. Behind Guntersblum, from the Römerturm (Engl. Roman’s tower) one has a magnificent view of the Rhine valley. After that, the loess walls close in on each other. The sunken paths are a paradise for nature and animals.

> To the other single vineyard sites of Guntersblum: Bornpfad, Himmelthal and Steig-Terrassen
> Discover this single vineyard via Rheinterrassenweg, stage 4:

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Guntersblumer Steig-Terrassen

Guntersblumer Steig-Terrassen

Climb up and enjoy the view over the terraces

There's no mistake in the spelling here. The name is meant exactly as it is written: The Middle High German word "Steige", which means steep descent; is joined by the terraced terrain. The vines look towards the Rhine like visitors in a theatre. Behind the loess layer is limestone. The site is hot and dry. The wines are ripe and spicy. Close to the single vineyard: the Jewish cemetery, first mentioned in a document in 1736.

> To the other single vineyard sites of Guntersblum: Bornpfad, Himmelthal, and Kreuzkapelle.
> Information about the Jewish cemetery: 
> Discover this single vineyard via Rheinterrassenweg, stage 4:
> In the photos you can see two red grape harvesting machines. The photos were taken in the fall of 2021. 

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Ludwigshöher Teufelskopf

Ludwigshöher Teufelskopf (Devil's Head of Ludwigshöhe)

A vanished village and an up-and-coming location

Has the devil been up to his mischief here? The name "devil" in the case of vineyards often refers to disreputable localities. Or is it perhaps based on a more harmless personal name? The single vineyard site lies to the west of the village. Not far away, however, in the direction of the river Rhein, is a late Baroque cemetery cross with a somewhat creepy background. The village of Rudeslheim, which perished in 1822, is located there. The cross is a reminder for this. The "Ludwigshöher Teufelskopf" site has a slope of 15 to 25 percent. In the soil - loess, limestone and sandy loam - mainly white varieties thrive, such as harmonious Riesling and even Grüner Veltliner.

> To the Rhine Terraces Trail:
> To the wine hiking trail above Ludwigshöhe:
> Info on the Rudelsheim vineyard:
> To other vineyards with the name Teufel: Essenheimer Teufelspfad

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Dienheimer Tafelstein

Dienheimer Tafelstein

Military horsemen, noble tables and fertile soils

In the Middle Ages, noble families received tributes from their people: pigs, cheese or wine. The so-called "Tafelgüter". It is assumed that the camp name "Tafelstein" refers to this. The vines between Dienheim and Ludwigshöhe grow on deep loess, loam and lime marl. Ideal for Riesling, Pinot Noir and other varieties. The soils are fertile with good water storage capacity. The "Siliusbrunnen" (Silius Well) located there refers to the horseman Silius, who served in a Roman cavalry regiment and was buried in the Rhine terraces.

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The interpretation of the name designation lies in the Middle High German word uhte and means night pasture.
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