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Winery Axel Schmitt

TRADITION:
Since 1672 our family has ben growing wine in the best locations of Rheinhessen, the warm and dry island of Germany.

ORGANIC WINE-GROWING:
Since 1978 we have been one of the pioneers of organic viticulture and co-founder of ECOVIN.

FAMILY:
Today Dipl.ing. Axel Schmitt the responsibility as owner and cellar master. 4 generations live and work in the winery, firmly rooted in the culture of the region and enthusiastic about what the wine means to us:
Joie de vivre, nature experience, hospitality and enjoyment.

LOCAL PRODUCE:
Unspent Parendzina soil of the Rheinhessen outskirts and the former small climate characterize the wines.

CULTURE:
Celebrate with us Rheinhessen wine culture in the special atmosphere of the historic estate with vaulted cellar, cow chapel, barn and large courtyard under the lime tree.

CURRENT:
Enjoy (in spring / summer) a wine tasting at the lily pond with live frog concert, in the rain in the winter garden under the palm trees.

DATES: at www.weingut-axel-schmitt.de

On the estate German, English and French are spoken.

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About us

  • Winemaker Axel Schmitt
  • Vineyard-area 14 hectare
  • specialist trade
  • sparkling wine
  • wine export

Contact details:

Weingut Axel Schmitt
Axel Schmitt
Sprendlinger Straße 19 55437 Ober-Hilbersheim

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Cross vault, built in 1865

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Winery Axel Schmitt

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Winery Axel Schmitt

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Sprendlinger Klostergarten

The naming is based on the ownership of the monastery Nivelles.
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This common vineyard seed name probably does not go back to a "bee pasture". Presumably, the name of the location by the old Weinsorten- or. Quality designation "hunnisch" emerged. However, the meaning is not yet clear.
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Sankt Johanner Geyersberg

In the Middle Ages birds of prey were called vultures. The name of the location is due to the occurrence of this species.
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