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Winery and guesthouse Bernhard-Räder

Preserving tradition and opening up to the new is the motto of the winemaker family Bernhard-Räder. Modern and traditional cellar technology is used in the cellar, which is surrounded by old building walls. Working very close to nature, it is observed and maintained. The result: vegan organic wines with a clear profile. Trditional grape varieties, complemented by Cabernet Blanc, Sauvignon blanc, Regent and others, make up the portfolio of specialties such as Chardonnay fermented in oak barrels, or the wellbeing wine "ULRUBERA, made with a special recipe, complemented by a cottage garden with Bach flowers, old trees and herbs, one Guest house with interesting rooms, invites the family in the farmhouse for breakfast in the Herrenzimmer or for wine tasting under stucco ceilings.

English speaing visitors are welcome. 

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About us

  • Winemaker Philipp und Rüdiger Räder
  • Vineyard-area 25 hectare
  • specialist trade

Contact details:

Weingut und Gästehaus Bernhard-Räder
Bernhard-Räder
Langgasse 41 55234 Flomborn

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Winery + Guesthouse Bernhard-Räder

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Cross vault, c. 1820. Barrel vault, around 1800. Bohemian cap vault, c.1907 Event location - Ceremonies in the winery Facilities available year-round Parking spaces in the yard: 1 Bus park nearby Cot available Outdoor seating in the yard Outdoor seating in the yard Dogs are admitted Internet connection Smoking area Room divisible Outdoor seats : 200 seats inside: 50 motorhome pitch • open all year • 3 places • ground: paving stones • 4,00 EUR incl. Electricity per Mobil, per night Power supply possible. Supply / disposal possible. Breakfast buffet on request, "wine evening": welcome drink, hearty Vespers, company tour, cellar tour, wine tasting; "Open Day": on the 1st of May .. Shopping possibility in 200 m distance.

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Vineyard with separate and quietly located guest house, garden with lawn, wellness herb garden, Bach flower garden, historic vaulted cellar, vinotheque in the cross vault. Sale of wine (organic, vegan), sparkling wine, brandies, liqueurs, accessories, seasonal products, wine tastings and seminars also under the chestnut tree. The park-like farm garden was redesigned and supplemented with the 1st Bach flower garden of Rheinhessen and a feel-good garden with fragrant herbs and flowers. The "Stone of the Senses", a humming stone made of lime sandstone invites you to try it out. Here you can stroll and let your soul dangle. In 1991 a barn behind the garden was converted into a guest house. Today it houses the wine experience guesthouse. Let us surprise you! Whether Weinsteinzimmer, Rebholzzimmer or the Tante-Johanna-Apartment, our rooms are equipped with private bathrooms, hairdryer and TV. Enjoy a relaxing night after a walk through the vineyards, a wine tasting in the Kreuzgewölbekeller or a tour through the garden. The next morning, the breakfast buffet in the Gutshaus awakens new strength. We will gladly inform you about our offers. If you would like to stay longer in our apartment with mini-kitchen, please ask for special conditions! Furthermore, there are 3 camper pitches available in our courtyard, these also include an electricity and water supply.

 

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Winery and guesthouse Bernhard-Räder

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Winery and guesthouse Bernhard-Räder

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Processed vineyards

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Hillesheimer Altenberg

Hillesheimer Altenberg

Wide range of grape varieties in the old part of the district

Nestled between the villages of Hillesheim, Dolgesheim, Wintersheim and Dorn-Dürkheim lies the single vineyard "Altenberg". This has nothing to do with senior vintners or old vines. The site was first mentioned in a document in 1618 with the name "im alten Berg". The area lies in the oldest part of the district. Apparently there was also a new part. A variety of grape varieties grow on loess and marl in the "Altenberg". A visit to the Evolution Column, a three-metre high marble column by the artist Achim Ribbeck, is worthwhile. A tribute to the important geological site above Dorn-Dürkheim: 80 vertebrate species have been found here, for example prehistoric horses.

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Flomborner Feuerberg

Flomborner Feuerberg (Fire mountain of Flomberg)

Fire and flame for great wines

The single vineyard site "Flomborner Feuerberg" with its south-south-west orientation is indeed very sunny. The soil, consisting of sandy loam and above all limestone, stores heat very well. Therefore the name of the single vineyard does not come as a surprise. At night, however, everything cools down, as the vineyard has an altitude of 250 metres. Different varieties thrive here, such as Riesling, Pinot and Silvaner. Incidentally, the name of the village "Flomborn" does not come from the word "Flamme". It comes from a family name. Several churches, monasteries, convents and aristocrats had estates here. Among them was a "Rudewin von Flamburn", whose name appears in a document as early as 1208.

> More about the regional history of Flomborn https://www.regionalgeschichte.net/rheinhessen/flomborn.html

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Gundersheimer Höllenbrand

Gundersheimer Höllenbrand (Hellfire of Gundersheim)

No devil to be seen! Red wines on the famous southern slope

A significant landmark of the area: The imposing "Höllenbrand" sign, visible from afar on the A61 from Worms towards Alzey. Since 2016, the Rheinhessen logo has also been displayed on the terraced slope, which is 100 percent south-facing. The site was first documented in 1437 with the name "in dem hilprant" and in 1710 with the name "im Höllenrand". Both, the personal name Hildebrand and the Middle High German word "halde, hel, hölle" (for slope) could be the origin of the name. And the word "Brand" could belong to the Middle High German word "rant" and mean "mountain edge". So the hell fire has nothing at all to do with the devil. But the southern slope is as hot as hell: that's why winegrowers plant vines here for full-bodied wines, often red wines. It's a good thing that the soil - loess loam and limestone - has natural springs.

> Info about Gundersheim, which calls itself the "red wine paradise in the Wonnegau": www.gundersheim.de
> Discover the single vineyard via numerous hiking and biking trails. For example, on the Hiwwel route stage 4, Alzey-Worms, or via Mühlenradweg. 

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The name is based on the von Blücher in 1794 use of the farmyard of the Teutonic Order as a quarter.
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