Krebs-Grode winery

Our family winery is located in Eimsheim in Rheinhessen and is managed by the 6th generation. Our vines are spread over 28 hectares and grow on ancient vineyards. Our wines are certified organic and vegan. "Cautiousness, patience and a sensitive sense for the individual needs of each individual grape variety are crucial prerequisites for us for independent, distinctive wines that invite you to immerse yourself in the fascinating world of aromas and impressions with every sip."

English and French speaking visitors are welcome. 

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About us

  • Winemaker Annette und Hubertus Krebs
  • Vineyard-area 28 hectare
  • specialist trade
  • sparkling wine
  • wine export
  • Ab-Hof/Vinotheque
  • Maxim origin Rheinhessen
  • Guest room
  • camper pitches
  • wine seminars
  • Ecologically certified
  • PIWI’s
  • mulled wine

Contact details:

Weingut Krebs-Grode
Hubertus Krebs
Haupstraße 16 55278 Eimsheim

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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Gau-Odernheimer Herrgottspfad

Gau-Odernheimer Herrgottspfad (Lord God's Path of Gau Odernheim)

Steep up to the crypt, steep site for Riesling vintners

A path to the Lord God? Yes! Or at least almost. A steep path winds its way from Gau-Odernheim up to the 246-metre-high Petersberg, on whose spire stood a three-nave basilica with crypt dating from the 10th century. The remains of the crypt, which were found from 1947 onwards, are impressive: this architecture is otherwise only found in central Italy, and for Rheinhessen it is unique. The single vineyard takes its name from the processions that have led to the top of the mountain on church feast days for centuries. Full-bodied Rieslings with a high aging potential thrive here on clay marl. The Petersberg cultural trail offers a variety of insights into history, geology, fauna and flora - and leads right through the middle of this single vineyard.

> Discover the Petersberg cultural trail with the wine table:
> Go to the report "A summit tour in Rheinhessen" on the Rheinhessen blog:
> A vineyard swing invites you to enjoy the panorama in the direction of the Rhine Valley and Kloppberg.

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Alternativbild für Alsheimer Römerberg

Alsheimer Römerberg

This layer designation goes back to soil finds from Roman times.

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