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Winery Lawall-Stöhr


Fire and flame for wine, that's how we are. Our flame comes from the old Lawall crest, since 1757 our family has been living for wine. The next generation is ready to revitalize the long history of winemaking at Lawall-Stöhr.


Tradition is not holding the ashes, but passing on the flame. (Thomas More) Learning from the past to shape the future. That's what we do. Traditional viticulture with the next generation dynamics.


Joint action shapes us. Only as a team can we create what makes a winery. Today, the winery is dominated by three generations: Senior Wilhelm, Helmut and Claudia and the boys Christoph and Marie-Charlott. Love, respect and trust are the foundation of great goals.


Fruit - typicality and taste, our wines should taste. Riesling after Riesling and Siegerrebe as winner. Work out the primary flavors through healthy grapes and gentle treatment in the cellar. For me terroir means making wine that tastes of origin and grape.

English and French speaking visitors are welcome.

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Lawall-stoehr_C-9, © Weingut Lawall-Stöhr
Lawall-stoehr_C-23, © Weingut Lawall-Stöhr
Lawall-stoehr_C-39, © Weingut Lawall-Stöhr
Lawall-stoehr_C-52, © Weingut Lawall-Stöhr
Lawall-stoehr_C-69, © Weingut Lawall-Stöhr
Lawall-stoehr_C-86, © Weingut Lawall-Stöhr
Lawall-stoehr_C-94, © Weingut Lawall-Stöhr

About us

  • Winemaker Christoph Stöhr
  • Vineyard-area 23 hectare
  • sparkling wine

Contact details:

Weingut Lawall-Stöhr
Marie-Charlott Stöhr
Freier Platz 14 55232 Alzey

Processed vineyards

Alternativbild für Heimersheimer Sonnenberg

Heimersheimer Sonnenberg

As always in Rheinhessen, this name comes from the southern position of the vineyards.

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Alternativbild für Osthofener Klosterberg

Osthofener Klosterberg

The name was chosen in 1941 in reference to the old name of 1362 "on the cloister paths".

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Weinheimer Kapellenberg

Weinheimer Kapellenberg (Chapel Hill of Weinheim)

Neo-Gothic chapels and a church roof made from vines

A chapel on a mountain. That's how easy it is to explain some of the vineyard names. Is it not? It can be read that a chapel once stood on the mountain. Today, the chapel "Zum Heiligen Blut" - part of the neo-Gothic Villa Heiligenblut complex - can indeed be found on the edge of the single vineyard. However, it was only built in 1890. Built or planted even later: the "Weinkirche", a church made of vines. The romantic crenellated round tower was built in 1887 as a lookout tower and belongs - like the chapel - to the Hannemann winery. Worth experiencing and visiting at any time: the Weinheimer Trift, an archaeologically significant site. A wide variety of grape varieties grow here on loess and Rotliegend. 

> Information about the Chapel of the Holy Blood: 
> The chapel can be rented as a venue and place for civil weddings: 
> Info about the wine church and many more projects: 
> Info about the lookout tower on the St. Blood Mountain:  
> Round trip Weinheimer Bucht with natural monument "Weinheimer Trift":
> Rheinhessen blog:

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Alternativbild für Weinheimer Hölle

Weinheimer Hölle

The location was mentioned in 1331 with the name "uf der Heroes". Hell means a slight slope. In West Central Germany, this hall designation is very common.

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Alzeyer Rotenfels

Alzeyer Rotenfels

Red, white, yellow and and vineyard cottage.

There are two possible interpretations for the name’s origin: one option is that the term is based on a deforestation (German: “Rodung”). Obviously, an old area was cleared here, trees were felled and their roots removed. However, the name could also be derived from the colour red (German: “rot”), because the core area in the site consists of red topsoil, oxidised volcanic rock. There even is a song in Alzey, referring to the old site name Rotental (now part of the entire single vineyard): The song describes the single vineyard “Rotental”, where viney grow and claims that no real person coming from Alzey can live without wine. In addition to volcanic rock, there are also yellow-coloured loess soils and white limestone rocks. The single vineyard "Alzeyer Rotenfels" is south-facing and warm. The numerous vineyard cottages invite you to take a walk and rest. All grape varieties are grown here.

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Bermersheimer Hildegardisberg

Bermersheimer Hildegardisberg

Hildegardis Way in Bermersheim 
Birthplace of a saint and fantastic wines 

She was the tenth child of the nobleman Hildebert of Bermersheim and his wife Mechthild. In 1098 Hildegard (presumably) saw the light of day in Bermersheim. She founded a monastery on the Rupertsberg near Bingen and was considered a great mystic of the Middle Ages. Without a doubt, this site is dedicated to her. On marl and loess soil, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay thrive quite fantastically. 

> Learn more about Saint Hildegard of Bingen in the Museum am Strom: 
> Discover other single vineyard sites in the village, such as the Bermersheimer Seilgarten or Klostergarten. 

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