Winery Brühler Hof

Our family winery cultivates 10ha of vines in Rheinhessen and 0.6ha on the Nahe, which have been organically managed since 1990 according to ECOVIN guidelines. In 2018, we received the Sustainability Award VWU (Association for the Economy and the Environment) for our many activities to promote biodiversity, improve energy efficiency, conserve resources and promote social commitment.
Thanks to gentle grape processing and cooled fermentation, vivid white wines and sparkling wines are grown. Rich, colorful red wines stored in oak barrels and white and red specialties from the barrique barrel complete the offer. Due to our efforts to obtain as natural a wine as possible, our wines are also vegan.

On the state English and German are spoken.

Bruehler-yard greening, © Weingut Brühler Hof
Bruehler-yard greening
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Bruehler-hof-Pinot Noir Précoce, © Weingut Brühler Hof
Bruehler-hof-Pinot Noir Précoce
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Bruehler-hof-event location

About us

  • Winemaker Sebastian Rook
  • Vineyard-area 10 hectare
  • sparkling wine

Contact details:

Weingut Brühler Hof
Sebastian Rook
Talgartenstraße 12 55546 Volxheim

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Winery Brühler Hof

Bruehler-yard greening, © Weingut Brühler Hof

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Processed vineyards

Wöllsteiner Äffchen

Wöllsteiner Äffchen (Monkey of Wöllstein)

Cute monkey? Beautiful elms!

Little monkey? A funny name, which does not refer to an animal, but to a tree. The vineyard was first mentioned in a document in 1522 with the name "hinder dem affen Born". In Rheinhessen, elms have been called “Effen” for a long time. Hildegard von Bingen, who was born in Rheinhessen in 1098, also referred to the trees in this way. Riesling, Pinot Gris or Chardonnay grow on clay marl with a high gravel content.

> Info on Hildegard von Bingen in the Rheinhessen blog: 

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Volxheimer Liebfrau

Volxheimer Liebfrau (Good woman of Volxheim)

The name is based on the ownership of the Marian altar or Liebfrauen monastery. But which one? Everyone familiar with the region knows the Liebfrauenkirche in Worms, today still a single vineyard. But Volxheim lies at the other end of Rheinhessen and today actually is part of the district of Bad Kreuznach. Regional history reveals, however, that it once belonged to Kurmainz and there was once a Liebfrauenkirche there as well. IDoes that explain the name? The southern exposure with deep, very chalky, clay-loam soil is ideal for full-bodied Pinots.

> Volxheim regional history: 
> Rheinhessen dissertation, from p. 62 Liebfrauenkirche in Mainz:
> In comparison: the single vineyard Liebfrauenstift-Kirchenstück in Worms

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