Anton and petra escher, © Weingut Escher© Weingut Escher

Winery Escher

"We still know our vines personally" -
because as a pure family business we take care of ourselves
around our vineyards and the treasures they supply us -
from pruning to harvesting, from pressing to wine-growing.
This ensures us that everyone who is involved in grape production and
Winemaking, not only conscientiously performs our quality-enhancing measures, but also is wholeheartedly behind it. And you can taste that!

Escher_Haus, © Weingut Escher
Anton and petra escher, © Weingut Escher
Anton and petra escher
Escher bottle, © Weingut Escher
Escher bottle
Escher, © Weingut Escher
Logo Escher Internet, © Weingut Escher
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About us

  • Winemaker Anton und Petra Escher
  • Vineyard-area 7.5 hectare
  • sparkling wine
  • Sylvaner

Contact details:

Weingut Escher GbR
Anton und Petra Escher
Neustraße 14 55296 Gau-Bischofsheim

Processed vineyards

Alternativbild für Gau-Bischofsheimer Kellersberg

Gau-Bischofsheimer Kellersberg

The name refers to either a wine cellar, a potato and beet rental in the midst of vineyards or on old settlement remains.

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Gau-Bischofsheimer Glockenberg

Gau-Bischofsheimer Glockenberg

Ring, ring, clang - Let the bells and glasses ring!

In any case, we are talking about church bells. The location was first mentioned in a document in 1401 with the name "an dem glockinberge". Supposedly, the name is based on the fact that the yield of the site was to be given to the bell-ringer of the time. The bell-ringer used to be responsible for pulling the bell ropes. Today this is done mechanically. In the single vineyard, you can actually hear the chimes of the surrounding villages - how fitting. The soil here consists of light loess and is well suited for late-ripening varieties such as Riesling, Silvaner and Pinot Blanc, Gris and Noir. On top of the mountain: the Glockenberghütte with a magnificent panorama over the Rheinhessen landscape with its hills, across the river Rhein to Taunus and Odenwald.

> Discover the single vineyard via the Little Mainz High Trail:

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