Darmstadt Wine Festival

The popular Darmstadt Wine Festival could not take place in 2020 due to the corona pandemic. Instead there was a small to-go wine sale on Friedensplatz in which the following winemakers took part: 

Weingut Ellbrück
Weingut Grosch
Weingut Kampf
Weingut Münzenberger
Weingut Saulheimer

Here on the page you will also find an overview of the stands that were represented at the last Darmstadt Wine Festival. The winemakers look forward to you visiting their websites, or drop by in the winemakers' vinotheques or shops.

Overview of the winemakers on the wine festival

Hessische Bergstraße: Bergsträsser Winzer eG, Karl Kulick Weinhandel & Weinverkauf

Mosel: Urzecha Hof

Nahe: Weingut Brühler Hof, Weingut Wilhelmy

Pfalz: Weingut und Gästehaus Ellbrück

Rheingau: Weingut Abteihof St. Nicolaus, Weingut Faust, Weingut Graf von Kanitz, Weingut J. Koegler, Weingut meine Freiheit

Rheinhessen: Weingut Ernst Bretz, Weingut Brühler Hof, Weingut Uwe Claß, Weingut Dorst, Weingut Grosch, Weingut Hill, Weingut Kampf GbR, Weingut Lucius, Weingut Münzenberger, Weingut Pfennig GbR, Weingut und Gasthaus Saulheimer, Weingut am Schlossberg, Weingut Karl-Heinz Schnabel GbR, Weingut Wagner


The Apfelweinkelter Adler will serve freshly produced Süßer, Rauscher and apple wine.


Wine grower with ecologcal viniculture: Weingut Brühler Hof, Weingut Kampf, Weingut Graf von Kanitz (ECOVIN + vegan), Weingut Wagner

Overview of gastronomy on the wine festival

Snacks: Hausmann Imbiss, Gastronomie Hamel Zelt, Salm Imbiss, Langos King

Fish: Fischspezialitäten Diegeler, Traber's Flammlachshütte

Cheese: Raclette-Hütte, stall with different cheese platters and diced cheeses

Further delecacices: Belgische Pommes, Reibekuchen Roscher, Hausmann Flammkuchen, Löw's Backhaus, Crêperie Köhler

Impressions: Darmstadt Wine Festival 2019

©Darmstadt Marketing/Rüdiger Dunker

Save the date!

Darmstadt Wine Festival

2. to 5. September 2021

Red Riesling

Did you know that there is "Red Riesling" at the Bergstraße? The Riesling-grape in its original version had a reddish skin. Only in the course of time did it become brighter.

But there is a winegrowing area in Germany where the tradition is kept alive: this is the Hessische Bergstraße. Almost ten wineries are there, which still today - and even strengthened again! - cultivate and offer Red Riesling. For more information, please visit the website "Home of Red Riesling".

Partner of the wine festival