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Weingut Oswald
Alzeyer Straße 18
55234 Wahlheim

Fon: 0151 / 16576276 (Simon)
Fon: 0176 / 84618235 (Klara)
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The vineyards

As we love our vines we treat them in a sustainable and gentle way. We get a lot of work done by hand to guarantee a high grape quality. Good grapes form the basis for extraordinary wines. We sow various plants, flowers and herbs in our vineyards to support biodiversity. During summer we have some little fleecy helpers for mowing and defoliation.

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We choose the best soils and terroir for each variety as we grow our vines all over Rheinhessen. Our sites in Wahlheim have a remarkable amount of limestone that stores the heat, in Siefersheim a cooler climate and vulcanic soils creates minerality. The vines we grow in Alsheim grow on sandy and gravelly soils at the river rhine where it is very warm.

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Simon Mueller-Oswald

Simon always knew what he wanted to do when he is grown up: making wine! Since the time he was a little boy he always helped in the family owned winery and got to know the work there – and started loving it! From 2010 on Simon did a University course in Viticulture and Enology in Neustadt/Weinstrasse and worked in the famous wineries Peth-Wetz and Wittmann.

His first own vintage was 2011 – in 2015 he was 23 years old and won an award for the best Pinot Noir in Rheinhessen. You can feel his passion for wine: he does every step from planting the vines to botteling the wines with dedication.


Klara and Simon work on the wines in separate cellars. Both have their own signature but the same philosophy: The gentle settling of the must and the spontanious fermentation with wild yeasts ensure a maximum of aroma and a complex taste without using additives. Aging in different types of barrels from stainless steal to french oak gives every wine an individual character.

Klara Müller-Oswald

Klara grew up in a winemakers family in Rheinhessen and works as a winemaker now after her Viticulture and Enology studies in Geisenheim and her time in the wineries Zelt and Neiss.

In 2016 she enjoyed her big journey around the world: Klara worked in a New Zealand winery and travelled North- and Central America, Asia and Australia with her backpack. Coming home with lots of impressions and a little more life experience she now supports Simon in the winery, works in her cellar in Siefersheim and loves to look after the customers needs but is also seen on the tractor once in a while to take care about the vineyards.


You are welcome

We would love to welcome you in Wahlheim on appointment.Make sure you call or mail beforehand so we can offer you our wines with the perfect temperature, a homemade snack and a small tour. Please check our dates all over Europe to not miss us in your country. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.


Our table wines are the bread and butter of our winery. Here we are able to offer a very good price performance ratio. Whether mixed with mineral water or enjoyed pure, our table wines served in liter bottles promise a multifaceted light, juicy, and uncomplicated enjoyment.

2020 Ein Liter Riesling trocken | 2001
2019 Silvaner trocken | 1902
2020 Ein Liter Rosé | 2005
          Ein Liter Rotwein feinherb | 1806

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Our table wines are the bread and butter of our winery. Here we are able to offer a very good price performance ratio. Whether mixed with mineral water or enjoyed pure, our table wines served in liter bottles promise a multifaceted light, juicy, and uncomplicated enjoyment.

Estate Wines - reds

Our Estate Wines are like our Business card: They show our handcraft skills, the typical taste of the varieties and the character of the soils for a entry-level price.

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Red blend

Our red blend is made out of Regent, Spätburgunder. Cabernet Mitos and Dornfelder. We unite all the positive aspects of a good red wine: rich flavour, creamy structure and a nice mouthfeel.

2014 Red Blend dry | 1421

Cabernet Mitos

You will be surprised by this complex and rich flavoured wine with aromas of dark fruit and a silky palate that is structured with a long finish and a dark colour.

2018 Cabernet Mitos dry | 1823

Pinot Noir

Full, structured yet elegant with flavours of luscious dark cherry and earthy notes.

2018 Spätburgunder dry | 1822


We ferment ou reds on their skins for the best extraction of flavours and colour as possible. Aging at least 18 month in oak barrels makes sure the wines become structurous and rich with very soft tannins.


Die Sekte aus Spätburgunder Rosé und Riesling sind aus eigener Herstellung. Sie werden, wie auch in der Champagne üblich, mit der traditionellen Flaschengärung hergestellt. Die feine Perlage entsteht durch die zweite Gärung auf der Flasche, der volle Geschmack durch mindestens sechs Monate Hefelager.

Riesling Sekt extra trocken | 1651
Spätburgunder Rosé Sekt brut | 1552


Unser fruchtiger Secco mit zugesetzter Kohlensäure ist eine pure Erfrischung.

Oswald´s Secco | 1753

Our wines

We classify our wines into three categories:

Estate wines:
Typical regional entry level wines

Village wines:
Wines aged in oak barrels showing the terroir of each village

Singel vineyard:
Wines from the very best vineyards oft he winery

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Estate Wines - whites

Our Estate Wines are like our Business card: They show our handcraft skills, the typical taste of the varieties and the character of the soils for a entry-level price.


We love Sauvignon Blanc and the regional variety Scheurebe.How could you resist those flavours? Our Sauvignon Blanc smells like passion fruit and black current with a crisp finish and our Scheurebe has a scence of smell like gooseberry and Grapefruit.

2020 Sauvignon Blanc dry | 2115
2021 Scheurebe dry | 2116


Our Blanc de Noir is a light Rosé coloured whitewine. It is made from red grapes like Spätburgunder, St. Laurent and Cabernet Sauvignon. Our Blanc de Noir comes with herbal and floral notes waith a hint of red crrant and cherries

2020 Blanc de Noir dry | 2014


Our Pinots grow in a very warm site on lime stone in Wahlheim – these are the perfect conditions. Try our Pinot Gris with notes of luscious pears, our creamy and floral Pinot Blanc or the more texturous Chardonnay with ist long finish.

2021 Weißburgunder dry | 2111
2021 Grauburgunder dry | 2112
2020 Chardonnay dry | 2013


Riesling is made for the hilly landscape of Rheinhessen. We use the different soil types of our vineyards to produce a Riesling we love: Juicy, mineralic with a long finish.

2020 Riesling dry | 2017.

Village Wines

Our Village wines are grown around the villages Wahlheim, Siefersheim and Alsheim. The wines show the typical terroir of the vineyards around the villages. To underline the caracter of those wines we use new or aged oak barrels to bring in some relish.


Our Chardonnays are fermented in new french oak barrels. In Siefersheim we grow the vines on vulcanic soil. The cool climate there brings in a elegant minerality and crisp acidity with herbal notes. The very warm site in Alsheim at the river rhine is perfect to make a full-bodied and lavish Chardonnay with flavours of ripe quince and apricot.

WAHLHEIMER Silvaner & Weißburgunder

Our Silvaner and Pinot Blanc from Wahlheim grow on lime at a southern slope to get the maximum of sun. The wines are harmonic and creamy with a rich flavour and a well balanced acidity. We age them in used french oak barrels to get underlying smoky caramel notes.


St. Laurent is a old traditional variety better known from Austria. Concentrated notes of plum and dark berries, combined with the typical elegancy and minerality from Siefersheim soils make this red very special and harmonic.

Village Wines

2019 Wahlheimer Weißburgunder
dry | 1931
2019 Wahlheimer Silvaner
dry | 1932
2020 Siefersheimer Chardonnay
Barrique dry | 2033
2019 Alsheimer Chardonnay
Barrique dry | 1934
2018 Siefersheimer St. Laurent
dry | 1835

Single Vineyard

Our single vineyard wines made from Riesling and Pinot Noir are from the very best Vineyards of the winery. They are hand picked, with a low yield and long ripening period for a concentrated aroma and a long finish.


Our single vineyard Riesling is hand-picked and macerated for more than 24 hours to have a maximum of aroma extraction and ferment the wines with natural wild yeasts.


Soil: Vulcanic porphyr stone

Climate: cool climate, late harvest

Tasting notes: elegant, herbal notes, salty minerality, crisp acidity


Soil: Sand and gravel from former river rhine

Climate: hot, early ripening

Tasting notes: long lasting finish, rich flavoured, ripe fruits like pear and peach

Pinot Noir

We ferment our Pinot Noirs on their skins to have the maximum of aroma and colour extraction. After that we age our wines in new french oak barrels at least for 20 month.


Soil: Vulcanic porphyr stone

Climate: cool climate, late harvest

Tasting notes: elegant with well balanced acidity, earthy and peppery notes with a spicy finish

Single vineyard

2020 Siefersheimer Heerkretz Riesling
dry | 2041
2018 Alsheimer Goldberg Riesling
dry | 1842
2017 Siefersheimer Martinsberg
Spätburgunder dry | 1744
2017 Wahlheimer Schelmen
Spätburgunder dry | 1745


Soil: limestone

Climate: warm and sunny

Tasting notes: texurous and full bodies, creamy mouthfeel, notes of dark cherries and berries

Noble Wines

As we keep the tradition high, we produce a classial sweet „Riesling Kainett“ and „Riesling Spätlese“. Both wines match perfectly with desserts and every kind of cheese.

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Riesling Kabinett

Our Riesling Kabinett is light and fruity with typical Riesling aromas like green apple, citrus fruits with a harmonic sweetness and a refreshing crisp acidity.

2016 Riesling Kabinett sweet | 1616

Riesling Spätlese

Our Riesling Spätlese is hand-picked. We use just the raisins with a very high sugar concentration to create a long lasting and complex sweet wine with notes of ripe apricots.

2016 Alsheimer Goldberg Riesling Spätlese
sweet | 1643




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