Winery Becker

Family winery in the 3rd generation.
Winemaker Tobias Becker puts his focus on the essentials -
Creating top quality wines that follow one of its 3 quality lines

  • The circle: "a round thing" - delicious + basis-oriented wines and sect
  • The triangle: Wines with richness of facets and straightforwardness
  • The square: characterful types of wine with rough edges

German, English and French is spoken on the estate.

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About us

  • Winemaker Tobias Becker
  • Vineyard-area 20 hectare
  • specialist trade
  • sparkling wine
  • wine export
  • Delicatessen ideas made from wine

Contact details:

Weingut Becker
Tobias Becker
Endbergshohl 55278 Mommenheim

Processed vineyards

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Zornheimer Mönchbäumchen

The location designation is based on a monastery property.
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The location was mentioned in the 12th century with the name "im Osterberg" and 1436 with the name "in the Osterberg". To Middle High German means "Easter" located in the east.
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There are no historical documents for the location description. The assumption is that an oil / oil money has been available.
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By the adjacent corridor rose garden an interpretation on an early medieval burial places would be possible.
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Selzener Osterberg

Selzener Osterberg

The cardinal point gives the name

“Ostern”? (engl. Easter) The resurrection of Christ? No. In Middle High German, "Oster" means "situated in the east". In fact, however, the single vineyard site is located to the north of the municipality of Selzen. The site was first mentioned in documents in the 12th century with the name "im Osterberg" and in 1436 with the name "in dem Osterberg". On heavy Letten soils, loam marl, the vines have to root deeply to be able to absorb minerals and water. Riesling feels at home here.

> The Amiche cycle path passes Selzen: 
> Selzen stories, Selzen houses tell:

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