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Winery Bear

The winery is a pure family business and is operated since 4 generations in Ober-Olm / Rheinhessen. But not only the people in our company have changed, the company has also developed over the years from a typical Rheinhessen mixed farm to a pure winemaker. Since the beginning of the 2000s, we have been concentrating entirely on wine growing and growing.
Ideal conditions for our wine growing are the various climatic conditions and the differentiated soil conditions. This ranges from heavy to clay soils, the ideal conditions for our controlled environmentally friendly viticulture ..

© Weingut Bär
© Weingut Bär
© Weingut Bär
© Weingut Bär

About us

  • Winemaker Michael Bär
  • Vineyard-area 12 hectare
  • sparkling wine
  • Ab-Hof/Vinotheque
  • gastronomy
  • Sylvaner
  • PIWI’s
  • Federweißer
  • mulled wine

Contact details:

Weingut Bär
Bernhard, Gabriele und Michael Bär
Essenheimer Straße 2 a 55270 Ober-Olm

Processed vineyards

Stadecker Lenchen

Stadecker Lenchen

To lend, to lean on - best to drink up!

The vineyard name comes either from the word "Lehen" meaning "lent property" or from the word "Berglehne", an outdated word for mountain slope. The second would be correct, at least geographically, because the "Lenchen" nestles on the slope. Silvaner, Pinot Gris or Riesling grow here on loess, sand and clay marl. The almost ten-kilometre-long hike "Stadecker Warte" offers great panoramic views over the lower Selz valley, various resting places and shows soil profiles. At the top of the plateau, the "Stadecker Warte", which stands on the border of the "Spitzberg" single vineyard, welcomes you.

> Info about the Hiwweltour Stadecker Warte: https://www.rheinhessen.de/hiwweltouren/hiwweltour-stadecker-warte
> About the other sites of Stadecken: Spitzberg
> Rheinhessen-Blog: https://blog.rheinhessen.de/10-schoenste-rastplaetze-hiwweltour-stadecker-warte/

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Ober-Olmer Kapellenberg

Ober-Olmer Kapellenberg (Chapel Hill of Ober-Olm)

The little chapel naming the vineyard

The name of the single vineyard comes from the small chapel on the outskirts of Ober-Olm, the St. Valentinus Chapel. It was mentioned as early as 1342. The present building is a late Gothic hall church that was extended around 1720 in Baroque style. The chapel was formerly the destination of pilgrimages to St. Valentine, the emergency helper of those suffering from the "falling sickness". A wide variety of grape varieties thrive on clay marl and limestone. The single vineyard sites are widely distributed: The largest area lies on the outskirts of Ober-Olm in the direction of Essenheim, smaller areas lie to the north-east in the direction of Klein-Winternheim and to the east towards Ebersheim.

> A circular route of the municipality of Ober-Olm, also to the chapel: https://www.ober-olm.de/punkt-9-kapelle
> Nearby: the Ober-Olper forest https://www.wald-rlp.de/de/forstamt-rheinhessen/wald/naturschutzgebiete-vor-den-toren-der-hauptstadt/vom-militaerstandort-zum/wald-mit-neuen-wegen/

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Nieder-Olmer Klosterberg

Nieder-Olmer Klosterberg

Of archbishops, literati and swingers 

The name of the camp is based on a settlement of the Mainz monastery. Already in the early Middle Ages, Nieder-Olm belonged to the archbishop of Mainz. The Klosterberg site flanks Nieder-Olm (elevated to town status in 2006). Hikers and panorama-seekers are recommended to take the slope towards Zornheimer Berg. At several vantage points with benches and a vineyard swing you have a great view over the Selz valley. The Wilhelm Holzamer Literature Trail also runs through the middle of the single vineyard. The writer (1870-1907) recorded village life in novels and painted impressionistic landscapes. 

> Discover the "Virtual Tour of Nieder-Olm" by the Historical Society of Rhine-Hesse: https://www.historischer-verein-rheinhessen.de/index.php?id=20617 
> More about the history of Nieder-Olm: https://www.regionalgeschichte.net/rheinhessen/nieder-olm.html 
> Information about the Literature Trail as well as the Sculpture Trail on the city's website: https://www.nieder-olm.de/home/ 

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