Winery Diel

OUR WINERY Gentle hills, fertile soils, sunny vineyards - this is how Rheinhessen, the land of a thousand hills, presents itself. Nestled on one of these hills is the small town of Biebelnheim, home of our winery. Even our ancestors appreciated the wealth of this landscape, laid the foundation of our winery. We have been winegrowers since 1647 - through all generations. With personality, character and persuasiveness we continue this tradition. Our wines are witnesses to our work, our love of wine. They are therefore individualists, character types like us.

OUR WINES The foundation of our wines is a careful and environmentally friendly care for our vines. These grow predominantly on limestone weathered soils whose minerality can be tasted in our wines. The classic white grape varieties such as Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris, Riesling and Gewürztraminer are our main focus. The cultivation of red grape varieties is also rich in tradition for us. For their vinification, we stick to the classic method of fermenting in small vessels. We promote and preserve the natural qualities of our grape varieties: the light fruitiness of white wines, the richness of red wines.

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About us

  • Vineyard-area 4.5 hectare
  • sparkling wine
  • Delicatessen ideas made from wine
  • PIWI’s
  • Federweißer

Contact details:

Weingut Diel
Udo Diel
Hauptstraße 10 55234 Biebelnheim

Processed vineyards

Biebelnheimer Pilgerstein

Biebelnheimer Pilgerstein (Pilgrim's Stone of Biebelnheim)

Biebelnheim, pilgrim’s stone, divinely good red wine

The single vineyard "Biebelnheimer Pilgerstein" embraces the village from three sides. The name sounds as Christian as it is meant to be: in the Middle Ages, Biebelnheim was home to a pilgrims' hospital, and the Way of St. James still winds its way through the vineyards and up to the neighbouring Petersberg, on top of which there was a medieval crypt. The site was first mentioned in a document in 1555 and the word "stone" indicates a resting place for pilgrims. Pinot vines in particular thrive in the limestone-rich soil, giving the wines their unique minerality. In addition, the local winegrowers devoted themselves to red wine - a rarity in Rheinhessen.

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Biebelnheimer Rosengarten

Biebelnheimer Rosenberg

The location was mentioned in a document in 1591 with the name "am Rosenberg". The rose gardens can indicate natural vegetation. However, they often point to early medieval burial sites.
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