© Arndt F. Werner© Arndt F. Werner

Ökoweingut Arndt F. Werner

Award-winning wines in harmony with nature - this goal has long been reached:
In 2008, the winery celebrated 25 years of organic viticulture and has been awarded in recent years at many national and international competitions for the special quality of wine.
The winery is a member of ECOVIN and Bioland. The winery in the historic estate next to the walls of the imperial palace of Charlemagne has been run by Birgit and Arndt Werner since 1988. 10 hectares of vineyards on the slopes to the Rhine and Selztal are planted with 55% red wine and 45% white wine grapes. Calcareous sands and sandy loess soil offer perfect conditions, not only for Pinot varities. Riesling, Silvaner and Blauer Portugieser are also being developed into show-off wines in the winery. In the competition of the best organic wines in Germany, the winery continuously occupied the 1st place from 2005 to 2011.

© Arndt F. Werner
© Arndt F. Werner
© Arndt F. Werner

About us

  • Vineyard-area 13 hectare
  • Maxim origin Rheinhessen
  • Selection Rheinhessen

Contact details:

Ökoweingut Arndt F. Werner
Birgit und Arndt Werner
Mainzer Straße 97 55218 Ingelheim

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Ingelheimer Sonnenhang

Ingelheimer Sonnenhang

Sun, Selz and super wines 

Not to be confused with the 1-hectare single vineyard "Ingelheimer Sonnenberg" in the middle of the city. The Sonnenhang is 88 hectares in size and is located in the extension of Ingelheim-Süd and on the Selz River. Sonnenhang and Sonnenberg are quasi-synonyms. This name comes from the generally favorable position towards the sun. Here, the Mainzer Berg slopes west-southwest toward the Selz Valley and allows optimal sun exposure. On limestone, loess and loam grow a variety of vines of rather strong style: Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir or Chardonnay. In the soil there are fossilized corals and snails.

> To the synonym single vineyard of Ingelheim: Sonnenberg
> Experience Ingelheim on the fruit route via bike: https://www.rheinhessen.de/radrouten-rheinhessen/obstroute

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The location was mentioned in 1735 with the name "the steinacker".
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The name of the single location is based on the Oberingelheim Castle Church.
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Ingelheimer Horn

Ingelheimer Horn

Where mountains stand out and Pinots feel at home

The vineyard was first mentioned in a document in 1570 with the name "am Horn". The term "Horn" is a common designation for protruding mountains. Like the horns of a billy goat or roebuck. Following the tradition of the red wine town, the single vineyard Ingelheimer Horn is home to complex and elegant Pinot Noirs and other Pinot varieties. At the foot of the Mainzer Berg, above Ober-Ingelheim. Loess, stony and sandy loam soil as well as numerous limestones are characteristic for the vineyard, which extends up to 250 metres above sea level.

> To the other single vineyard sites of Ingelheim: Höllenweg, Pares, Rotes Kreuz and Schloss Westerhaus
> Compare the namesake, the single vineyard Siefersheimer Horn
> To the hiking trails in Ingelheim https://www.ingelheim-erleben.de/wanderwege-in-ingelheim/0

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