Winery Engel

Enjoying Rheinhessian hospitality and tasting great wines - this is how the Wein-Engels (engl. wine angels) describe their concept. Udo and Ulrike Engel have been very dedicated to the wines and customers of the small but fine winery in Flörsheim-Dalsheim for almost 30 years. The wine pleasure in combination with delicious food from regional and seasonal cuisine is maintained here with dedication. A well-founded consultation in the selection of wines and the satisfaction of wine lovers mean more to the winegrower family more than any award. However, the wines do not have to hide - for several years they have been highly rated at the AWC Vienna International Wine Competition - the winery has received the jury's 2-star award for 2012. And the young winemakers generation, with the sons Albrecht and Clemens, can hope for even more in the future. Albrecht presents his first engelalbrecht collection after his training as a winegrower in top German wineries and the business accountant examination with the 2012 vintage. In 2014, after completing his training as a technician, he will enter the business with passion and many other ideas. Clemens will also be starting his dual viticulture course in Neustadt in the summer and is gradually discovering the appeal of the variety of winegrowing. But all of the descriptions at this point can only create a picture - visit the wine angels - and see for yourself. In the cozy guest apartment up to four people can sleep after the wine tasting or enjoy some relaxing holidays. Opening hours of the Vinothek Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Sunday 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (please book in advance) Or have the right stat into the weekend on Friday evening at Weingut Engel. Fridays from 17.00 clock during the Rhineland-Palatinate summer holidays. Wine tasting with food by appointment.

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  • sparkling wine
  • Maxim origin Rheinhessen

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Weingut Engel
Udo, Ulrike und Albrecht Engel
Untergasse 39 67592 Flörsheim-Dalsheim

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Mölsheimer Zellerweg am Schwarzen Herrgott

Mölsheimer Zellerweg am Schwarzen Herrgott (Zellerweg at the Black Lord's Cross of Mölsheim)

A weathered cross and two intersecting vineyards

This is one of the oldest vineyards in Germany: it was mentioned in a document as early as 1307 with the name "an Seller Weg". The name goes back to a wayside cross on the road to Zell (Donnersbergkreis/Kirchheimbolanden). Saint Philip of Zell is said to have placed a weathered cross here in the 8th century. A special feature of the site: the border between southernmost Rheinhessen and northern Pfalz runs right through the middle of the vineyards. Excellent mineral Rieslings and Pinot Noirs grow on heavy limestone and marl soils. The "Weinrast" a wine booth, is located in the middle of the site and offers a magnificent view over the valley. The site also contains two vineyard houses - a round tower from 1884 and a neo-Baroque mansard roof building from the 1920s.

> To the wine rest, bar of the local winegrowers on Sundays and holidays from the end of April to the end of October. Information at: https://zellertal-aktiv.de/portfolio-item/weinrast-mit-weitblick  
> To the Zellertal hiking trail: https://www.zellertalweg.de/ 
> To the cultural monuments of the village: https://xn--mlsheim-90a.de/moelsheim 
> Rheinhessen blog: https://blog.rheinhessen.de/der-zellertalweg-rundweg-monsheim-moelsheim-wachenheim/ 

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Alternativbild für Nieder-Flörsheimer Frauenberg (Women’s mountain of Nieder-Flörsheim)

Nieder-Flörsheimer Frauenberg (Women’s mountain of Nieder-Flörsheim)

Of nuns and damsels

Women were once in charge here: the site was first mentioned in a document in 1290 with the name "an frauwenhalten". Originally, the hill was owned by a nunnery. Riesling and Pinot Noir vines grow on loess and limestone. Benches and a table at the "Fräulein von Flersheim" trullo can be used for a rest. In summer, roses bloom lushly there. The red vineyard hut at the Goldbergbrunnen is partly catered for.

> Info about the trullo "Fräulein von Flersheim", owned by Weingut Beyer-Bähr: https://www.tourenplaner-rheinland-pfalz.de/de/punkt/veranstaltungsort/weinbergshaeuschen-trullo-frl.-v.-flersheim/54980916/
> Info about the Wingertheisje at the Goldbergbrunnen: https://tacheles-landrestaurant.de/wingertsheisje/ 
> To all hiking and biking tours of Flösrheim-Dalsheim: https://www.floersheimdalsheim.de/og/freizeit-tourismus/rad-wandern-gps-touren/ 

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Alternativbild für Dalsheimer Sauloch

Dalsheimer Sauloch

The location was 1490 to 1525 with the name "in the Sawloch" documented. Domestic or wild boars wallowed in this mud in the mud.
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