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Winery Beiser

The Beiser family cultivates 23 hectares of vines in truly exceptional locations. These extend from Vendersheim in the south to the Binger Schlossberg in the north, one of the highest and most viscous areas of Rheinhessen. As varied as the terroir of our vineyards is, so varied and expressive are the wines. And that makes them so interesting! The goal? Wines that taste like home! The white wines are reductively grown in stainless steel tanks and sometimes also in oak barrels. The red wines are vinified according to traditional methods. Time plays an enormously important role in Beiser's local and vineyard wines.
WINE MAKER: Simon Beiser
PLACES: Vendersheim, Sprendlingen, Wallertheim, St. Johann and Bingen
LAGEN: Sprendlinger Honigberg, Binger Schlossberg Schwätzerchen
70% WHITE VARIETIES: Riesling, (Red Riesling-new) Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Silvaner, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Scheurebe, Müller-Thurgau, Gewürztraminer
30% RED VINE VARIETIES: Pinot Noir, Frühburgunder, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Portugieser, Dornfelder

On the estate Germa, English and French are spoken.

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About us

  • Winemaker Simon Beiser
  • specialist trade
  • sparkling wine
  • Maxim origin Rheinhessen

Contact details:

Weingut Beiser
Christiane Beiser
Außerhalb 1 55578 Vendersheim

Processed vineyards

Alternativbild für Sprendlinger Honigberg

Sprendlinger Honigberg

This common vineyard seed name probably does not go back to a "bee pasture". Presumably, the name of the location by the old Weinsorten- or. Quality designation "hunnisch" emerged. However, the meaning is not yet clear.
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Binger Schloßberg-Schwätzerchen

The name of the location derives from the Klopp Castle, 1781 "im Schlossberg" to the other by a traditional figure of the Binger Winzerfest, the Princess Schwätzerchen. Her name may refer back to an old vineyard designation, 1471 "schwetzgin", behind which name probably hides that of the former owner (babbler).
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