The small, traditional winery JEAN RAPP is located in the middle of the picturesque village of Kapellen-Drusweiler. Between the old schoolhouse and the Erlenbach, the beautiful four-sided estate, which was built in 1782, catches the eye. The history already began at the beginning of the 20th century, when the namesake of the estate Johannes "Jean" Rapp married the daughter of the then estate owner in 1905. Sina Andris and Frank Kayser are the fourth generation to carry on this winemaking tradition. They too have taken on the task of preserving the old estate and continuing to market wine and sparkling wine from their own production. Sina takes care of their own estate bar with much love and heart and soul, which always opens between April and October every year. If the weather plays along, outside in the estate yard under the large chestnut tree, if not everyone finds a place to stay in the rustic barn or in the wine tavern. The main courses change every month and the specialties of the kitchen team are the homemade wild boar sausages with various side dishes. Sina and Frank also welcome wine tastings with vespers for small and large groups. Frank takes care of the wine production himself. Here he relies on traditional grape varieties that produce modern and expressive wines. His heart beats for white Burgundy varieties, especially Auxerrois and Chardonnay. In addition, since 2017 he has dispensed with synthetic pesticides and fertilizers and has had the estate certified as organic. Since 2020, they have been a member of ECOVIN, the largest association of organically working wineries. The wine list has only 16 positions. "Few, but special wines" are the focus here. Again and again, in and around the winery Jean Rapp also events take place out of the series. WEINachten in the Gutshof with tarte flambée & delicacies, the wine festival, the rose walking day, young wine tastings or Triff dein Winzer in the midst of the vineyards, enjoy great popularity.