becker_logo-internet, © Weingut Brüder Dr. Becker© Weingut Brüder Dr. Becker

Winery brothers Becker

Our family winery is located in the Rheinterrassen 25 km south of Mainz. The warm balancing climate of the Rhine Valley, the loess and lime soils and the ecological viticulture characterize our wines. We combine sustainable and nature-friendly viticulture with the production of high quality top products. Regionality, quality and ecology are the guidelines of our work. We are a member of: VDP. the predicate wineries | ECOVIN Association of organic viticulture and Demeter biodynamic cultivation. Our grape varieties are: Riesling | Silvaner | Scheurebe | Pinot Blanc and Noir.

On the estate English and German are spoken.

becker_logo-internet, © Weingut Brüder Dr. Becker
© Weingut Brüder Dr. Becker

About us

  • sparkling wine
  • Maxim origin Rheinhessen
  • VDP

Contact details:

Weingut Brüder Dr. Becker
Familie Pfeffer-Müller
Mainzer Straße 3-7 55278 Ludwigshöhe

Processed vineyards

Dienheimer Falkenberg

Dienheimer Falkenberg (Falcon’s hill of Dienheim)

Once owned by the counts: limestone-rich vineyards for elegant wines

Birds of prey certainly fly their courses here, but they are not the origin of the name. Above Dienheim lies the "Falkenberg" vineyard. The name probably goes back to the "Counts of Falkenstein". In 1423, the mayor and council of the town of Oppenheim had jurisdiction over the Dienheim field parcel. From 1429 to 1497, Oppenheim belonged to the Counts of Falkenstein. So the people of Dienheim were also subjects of the counts. The Falkenberg stands for fine-fruited, elegant wines from various grape varieties. The subsoil of the loess beds contains loam and lime. The best way for hikers to discover the vineyard is by hiking the RheinTerrassenWeg and resting at the Falkenberghütte.

  • To the further single location of Dienheim: Tafelstein
learn more
Dienheimer Tafelstein

Dienheimer Tafelstein

Military horsemen, noble tables and fertile soils

In the Middle Ages, noble families received tributes from their people: pigs, cheese or wine. The so-called "Tafelgüter". It is assumed that the camp name "Tafelstein" refers to this. The vines between Dienheim and Ludwigshöhe grow on deep loess, loam and lime marl. Ideal for Riesling, Pinot Noir and other varieties. The soils are fertile with good water storage capacity. The "Siliusbrunnen" (Silius Well) located there refers to the horseman Silius, who served in a Roman cavalry regiment and was buried in the Rhine terraces.

learn more