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Our Story

About Us

We’re crazy about wine. Every day in the vineyard and cellar we’re searching for the formula for the perfect wine.
This was not always the case as we didn’t grow up with wine. It was only when fate brought us to Rheinhessen after our studies that the “first contact” took place. As if in a rush, we immersed ourselves in the magic of the wine-growing scene and its inspiring pull. We were quickly hooked and started experimenting and practicing in our first owned vineyard.
However, we wanted more. We started looking for a winery that wanted us, had no successor and could be our future and vision at the same time.

A lot has happened since then. We’ve established ourselves by developing our own styles of wine, designed and launched concepts all in an effort to make our lifelong dream come true. Shoulder to shoulder with our team, our family and our sons who have gradually joined us professionally, the dynamics, creativity and magic of our profession inspires us every day anew.

Timeline

The Story of our
Winery

1932/33
Construction of the house
Beginning the marketing of grape juice by Marie Wohlgemuth, née Mundorff
1952
Bottled Wine
Start of bottled wine aging
1955
Takeover
Dietrich Wohlgemuth takes over the winery
1965
Fusion
Fusion of the wineries Mundorff and Wohlgemuth
1969
Expansion
1. Expansion of the Winery Buildings
1971
New Building
Construction of the 2nd cellar section
1995
Successor
Andreas Schnürr joins the winery as successor
2000
Handover
Dietrich Wohlgemuth hands over the winery to the successor family Andreas Schnürr & Alexandra Damm
2009
PIWIs
Entering a new generation of vines. The first PIWI varieties are planted.
2010
Renewable energy
Switch to the production and use of 100% regenerative electricity
2013
Expansion
Construction of the barrique warehouse and more targeted development of old wine sites
2016
"Achtsam"
The new premium wine line "Achtsam" sees the light of day
2018
Sustainability concept
Completion of the company's own sustainability concept by the construction of a non-soil-sealing daylight solid wood shed for the vineyard machinery.