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Winery Goldschmidt

"Our wines should be fun, give pleasure", that's the most important thing for Uli Goldschmidt.
The excellent taste of his wines he can be confirmed by independent tasters at competitions and awards. (Wine Award of the LWK, AWC Vienna, International Organic Wine Award, Eichelmann, Gault Millau)
For over 10 years, he has been cultivating his vineyards organically and is a member of Bioland and Ecovin, because the winemaker family is convinced: "Good wines can only be produced with, and not against nature".
You can try and get to know the wines in the Vinothek in the old cowshed on Fridays from 10 to 12 and on Saturdays from 10 to 12 and from 13 to 18 o'clock or by appointment.

On the estate English, French and German is spoken.

Ecovinschild, © Weingut Goldschmidt
Ecovinschild
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grape selection, © Weingut Goldschmidt
grape selection
vinothek, © Weingut Goldschmidt
vinothek
wine bottles, © Weingut Goldschmidt
wine bottles
Winzerfamillie, © Weingut Goldschmidt
Winzerfamillie
Goldschmidt Logo, © Weingut Goldschmidt
Goldschmidt Logo

About us

  • Winemaker Uli Goldschmidt
  • sparkling wine

Contact details:

Weingut Goldschmidt
Uli Goldschmidt
Enzingerstraße 27-31 67551 Worms-Pfeddersheim

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The location was mentioned in 1254 with the name "in liben berc". The name refers to the personal name Liebo.
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Dalsheimer Hubacker

Dalsheimer Hubacker

Of hooves and limestone rocks - a Riesling prime vineyard

In the past, farmers farmed their land with horses or oxen. The term "Hufe" or "Huffe" was a unit of measurement for a piece of land. In 1490, it was noted that 5 Hufen were worth 5 Mausi (a payment). The term "Hube" developed from "Hufe". In 1610, the location "am Hubacker" was mentioned in a document for the first time. Here Riesling grows on loess, clay marl and limestone rock. Expressiveness, filigree, minerality and ripeness potential at the highest level! In 2000, the Keller family of winegrowers built a 6.5-metre-high limestone tower there. A beautiful destination for an excursion!

  • To the other single vineyards of Dalsheim: Bürgel
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