Wine growing

The Wiesbaden vineyards are geographically part of the Rheingau wine-growing area. This is one of the reasons why the city is also known as the "Gate to the Rheingau".

Wine growing has a long tradition in the Rheingau region that can be traced back to Charlemagne, who advanced the cultivation of the Riesling grape. After merging the individual vineyard locations there is now "Judenkirch" in Dotzheim, "Herrnberg" in Frauenstein and "Hölle" in Schierstein as the vintage designations and these are all part of the greater wine terroir "Steinmärcher".