Schloss Schönborn wine estate

Schloss Schönborn Domänenweingut, Hattenheim in the Rheingau valley

Schloss Schönborn – famous wines with a long tradition. Located in the heart of the Rheingau valley, the Domänenweingut Schloss Schönborn has long stood for premium wine culture. 

Many of the vineyards along the slopes bordering the Rhine river have been part of the Schönborn family estate since 1349, which has been added to continuously since then. Several top sites were acquired in the 17th and 18th centuries, giving the estate a real boost. The estate now covers 50 ha, of which 90% are planted with Riesling. The remaining vineyards feature Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc. The Schloss Schönborn wine estate is one of the founder members of the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates (VDP) and has for many years been managing its valuable vineyards in tune with nature.

Schloss Schönborn Domänenweingut, Hattenheim in the Rheingau valley

Schloss Schönborn in Geisenheim

Dating back to 1550, the Stockheimer Hof was acquired by Philipp Erwein von Schönborn around 1651/1652. This stately home is a real gem of Rheingau valley Renaissance architecture. The inside features 17th century wooden panelling with Baroque wood carvings. Over the years, the building has been subject to many changes, the last of which was accomplished  in 1874 by the Frankfurt architect Heinrich Schmidt, who added the rectangular, three-storey bay window at the gable end and the four square turrets.  

The house stages a variety of musical events but is also available for private celebrations such as anniversaries or weddings. »» rent premises