New Wine Regions

We are happy to present you our new wine regions which are defining our wine list and menu for the next three months. Discover the character and quality of our four winegrowing areas Weinviertel, Southern Tyrol, Saale-Unstrut and Rheinhessen.

Winegrower Parties

Every three months we present four new German winegrowing areas and completely change our menu and our drinks list for the next quarter. To mark the new quarter, a winegrower party is always on Elbchaussee with wines that we think are superb. Find out more here.



An appealing bar and place where the hosts understand wine. Young winemakers from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Alsace and southern Tyrol have found their place in Kleines Jacob wine bar on Elbchaussee. We believe variety is the spice of life. So we'll be introducing four new winemakers and their winegrowing areas with a chance to try the wine and food typical of their regions four times a year.

Closed every first Wednesday of the month


A wine bar that focuses on four regions. Take a glance here at our wines and accompanying dishes. Why not try something new or look forward to a favourite dish - from light snacks to tartes flambés? It'll be worth your while because we change our wine list and our menu every three months.



Four regions define our wine list and menu for three months at a time. Discover the character and quality of our four winegrowing areas and winemakers here.



The Mosel is Germany’s oldest and one of Europe’s traditional winegrowing regions. The Mosel and its tributaries the Saar and Ruwer flow through an area steeped in tradition where the Celts and Romans planted vines 2000 years ago. Today more than 4,000 winemakers in over 100 winegrowing areas cultivate about 55 million vines in vineyards covering 8,800 hectares along the 243-kilometre stretch of the German Mosel. The most important vine is the Riesling which is considered the world’s best white wine and thrives on the slopes’ slate soils.

Walter vineyard

We currently cultivate 7.0 ha of vineyards on the Lower Moselle. The majority of our vines are cultivated in vineyards at a gradient of up to 55°. The location and the slate soils are the basis for the distinctive, elegant and characterful Rieslings. As a small family-run vineyard we can enhance the quality of the wine ourselves. We use long maceration periods, spontaneous fermentation and long periods of time resting on the lees to mature the wines in order to give them a good structure and character without neglecting a precise finish. All our vineyards are harvested in several stages and the musts are developed separately. When fermentation in stainless-steel tanks and the period of time spent resting on the lees has been completed, we blend individual phases of the harvest and different shale formations. This results in our multi-faceted wines with combinations of freshness, fruit, seasonings and cool minerality.



The German wine route runs from Bockenheim in the north to Schweigen in the south. With about 23,500 hectares cultivated, 25 major vineyards and 323 smaller ones, this is the second largest winegrowing area in Germany. At over 20% the famous Riesling is the most popular grape and white wines in general predominate. The winemakers also cultivate Müller-Thurgau, Kerner, Silvaner, white Burgundy, Dornfelder, Portugieser, pinot noir and many other specialities.

Seckinger vineyard

The Seckinger Vineyard is the youngest vineyard in Niederkirchen. We describe our philosophy as being back to the roots: “We work with nature and not against it and only harvest healthy vines for our wines. All our wines are fermented spontaneously. We don’t use any chemical wine treatment methods because we want our wines to be distinctive. We cultivate 8.5 hectares of vineyard organically and primarily grow Riesling, pinot blanc, gris and noir. We’ve made it our mission to recultivate old overgrown terraces on the Haardt hills and plant Riesling there. One of these areas rediscovered in 2014 is called Deidesheimer Petershöhe. Our most important areas are located around Deidesheim and called Kieselberg, Langenmorgen, Leinhöhle and Paradiesgarten. Königsbach has the Ölberg and Ruppertsberg the Reiterpfad. The type of rocks range here from red-yellow Bunter sandstone in Deidesheim and Ruppertsberg. The very calcareous areas in Königsbach are a huge contrast.



Wine has been cultivated in Franconia’s vineyards and cellars for over 1,200 years. Once virtually only produced by monasteries, today it’s in the capable hands of many professional winemakers. The Franconian vines thrive on around 6,300 hectares. Just under 85 per cent of the vines are destined for white wines – primarily Silvaner, Müller-Thurgau and Bacchus. But the red wines are equally superb, some of them are velvety, some fruity and some piquant.

Weigand vineyard

The way father and son work together in the vineyards is defined by the father’s longstanding experience and the son’s new ideas. Andi is 25 and the new cellar master in the vineyard. Full of enthusiasm and energy he bottles the kind of wine he would like to drink. He’s one of a new generation of winemakers who want to make their mark. The focus is on the Silvaner. All the wines are fermented spontaneously in pre-used wooden or stainless-steel tanks. Almost all the wines grow on Keuper that lends them their seasoned aroma.



The Carnuntum winegrowing region ranges from the east of Vienna to the border with Slovakia. The vineyards are located to the south of the Danube and cover three hilly landscapes: Leithagebirge, Arbesthaler Hügelland and Hainburger Berge. Heavy soils consisting of clay and loess and sandy-gravelly areas are ideal conditions, especially for red wines. The most popular locally grown type is the Blauer Zweigelt, followed by international newcomers like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The blue Frankish grape is grown in Carnuntum, particularly on Spitzerberg to the east of the winegrowing area. The Pannonian climate with its hot summers and cold winters, the Danube nearby and Lake Neusiedl which has a mild impact on temperatures, allow the blue grapes to mature fully.

Artner vineyard

Our primarily red vines cover around 35 hectares and are looked after carefully and with a certain passion the whole year round. The continental-Pannonian climate, which the Danube and Lake Neusiedl have a major influence on, offers the ideal conditions to develop our wine. Our regional classics and new top wines flourish and offer unique tastes and characteristics typical of the area the grapes grow. The history of our vineyard goes back to 1683. Over the past few years, the family-run Artner vineyard as become a real hotspot for authentic and characterful wines in the Carnuntum region. A traditional and down-to-earth approach is taken to coming up with innovative ideas and original concepts to produce the wines of the future that excel in terms of quality and their own character.


The location is superb, the atmosphere relaxed and so much more than just a table for four. You can book Kleines Jacob exclusively for a few hours for an unforgettable birthday party, a business anniversary, or an enjoyable family event. You can have our down-to-earth cabin-like room all to yourself with the seating you require. It's difficult to imagine a cosier evening with guests and a glass of wine. Find out more: Events flyer



Indulge in some pleasurable moments in the wine bar by attending our winemakers' party that takes place every quarter, or by enjoying one of our cosy, casual wine and conversation evenings, or other exciting events. Take your pick of an event to suit your taste.



Every three months we present four new German winegrowing areas and completely change our menu and our drinks list for the next quarter. To mark the new quarter, a winegrower party is always on Elbchaussee with wines that we think are superb. At the party up-and-coming winemakers present their wines on their own stands. Sample, discover and then find your favourite wine. You can also choose from food typical of the new regions.

Friday, 7 April 2017:
Moselle, Palatinate, Carnuntum and Franconia
Friday, 7 July 2017:
Styria, Rheingau, Nahe and Middle Rhine


Parties start at 6.30 pm

€55 per person

Make reservations by calling: + 49 (0)40 822 55 510



Wine drinkers are a convivial crowd – and that goes for us too. Which is why from September onwards, our popular wine and conversation evenings at Kleines Jacob wine bar will again be a regular event. Get to know interesting winemakers, discover and savour new wines

May 17th 2017 - Vineyard Stahl, Franconia

June 14th 2017 - VDP Vineyard Baron Knyphausen, Rheingau

August 16th 2017 - Vineyard Koebernik, Nahe

They start at 7 p.m.

Price per person €59, including all wines, food and entertainment

Make reservations by mailing

or calling + 49 (0)40/822 55-510.


We can offer rustic tables, warm lighting and the best wines as far as the eye can see. It's not just Nienstedt folk who meet up in the Kleines Jacob wine bar for a glass or two, with or without a piece of tarte flambé. Located opposite Louis C. Jacob, the atmosphere's cosy and inviting. It's the best time to come when the wine's ready to sup from the glass and our chefs are busying themselves in the open-plan kitchen. Drop in for a sundowner, after visiting the theatre, to meet up with all the family, or with your favourite people.


Dominik Kirchhoff has been part of the Jacob family since 2008 and is a connoisseur of wine. He took a peak behind the scenes at Pfennig Vineyard in Gau-Bickelheim and trained to be a sommelier at the German Wine and Sommelier School.


Kolin Kröger-Heyden's craft was nurtured in the Jacob family. He learnt his trade from Thomas Martin in his award-winning kitchen, before being promoted from commis de cuisine to chef tournant at CARLS. He's been hard at work since April 2014 managing the kitchen in the wine bar.


Lars Mählmann comes from Bremen and as a trained chef and waiter knows exactly what hospitality means. He developed his instinct for Jacob flair at CARLS, next to the Elbphilharmonie. He focuses particularly on wine and ensuring our guests are happy.


"I love working in the wine bar - and that's our guests sense from the laid-back atmosphere"

Dominik Kirchhoff and Lars Möhlmann.


Kleines Jacob Wine bar

Elbchaussee 404

22609 Hamburg



You can find Kleines Jacob wine bar in the most attractive part of Hamburg. Because a Hamburg business steeped in tradition does of course require a befitting address. Situated on the world-famous Elbchaussee, our wine bar in Nienstedten isn’t just very attractive, it's also easy to get to.


Take S-bahn 1 towards Blankenese /Wedel and get out at the Hochkamp stop. It's about 15 minutes' walk from there.


Take express bus 36, or route 286 to the Sieberlingstrasse stop, from there it's about 100 m to our bar.


Monday to Saturday

6:00 pm - 11:00 pm


12:00 pm - 2.00 pm

6:00 pm - 9.30 pm

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