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Winery Dackermann

Wine of a new generation ... tradition meets modernity

Dear wine lovers

First, let us introduce ourselves.
The winery Dackermann has been a traditional family business since 1913, which has been owned by the family for four generations.
Despite all tradition we are young... dynamic... creative... qualitative...
For four years I, Sascha Dackermann, as master winemaker have been responsable for the winery, for delicious and fully ripe grapes of high quality. When we grow grapes we work very gently and only with what nature gives us year after year.

Our wine assortment is structured in pyramidal form:

In the bottom, you can find our LITER WINES. They form the basis of our product range. Harmonious and fruity wines with a good price-performance ratio.

Second are the GUTSWEINE (estate wines). They are typical representatives of our winery: characterized by an expressive
Structure and their typical taste. It is important to us that these wines have a pronounced and fruity taste.

In third place are the ORTSWEINE (village wines). Our local wines come from the old and mineral vineyards around Hessloch, Bechtheim and Dittelsheim. The fresh and fully ripe grapes give our local wines their unmistakable, independent character.

Our top quality are the LAGENWEINE, whose birthplace are the oldest and best plots of our vineyards. The wines are powerful and expressive, characterized by the soil and the rock on which they grow. Our top locations include Mondschein, Steinbügel, Liebfrauenberg, Hasensprung, Heilig Kreuz, Stein, Löwenberg, Kloppberg and the Leckerberg.

On the estate English and German are spoken.

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About us

  • Winemaker Sascha Dackermann
  • Vineyard-area 12.5 hectare
  • specialist trade
  • Delicatessen ideas made from wine

Contact details:

Weingut Dackermann
Sascha Dackermann
Gaustraße 15 67596 Dittelsheim-Heßloch

Processed vineyards

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Bechtheimer Hasensprung

Bechtheimer Hasensprung (Hare jump of Bechtheim)

Long ear, deep well? Definitely a large diversity of varieties

Another very popular vineyard name in the German wine countries: “Hasensprung” (Engl: hare jump). There are various interpretations: Either the name comes from the Middle High German word "spring/sprung" and means spring or well. Or the location refers to the animal hare, which was or is abundant there and stands for fertility. Various grape varieties grow on the very fertile loess soil: great Riesling, fantastic Pinots, just as well as new grape varieties.

  • Discover the other single vineyard of Bechtheim: GeyersbergRosengartenStein
  • Discover the "Wine Festival on the Pilgrims' Path", with the "Rheinhessen AUSGEZEICHNET" seal of quality.
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Bechtheimer Heiligkreuz

The location was mentioned around 1500 with the name "yn the gewanden against the heyligen Creuz". The name of the location refers to a corridor.
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Dittelsheimer Kloppberg

Dittelsheimer Kloppberg

Rieslings at lofty heights and with chalky soil

With up to 280 metres above sea level, this site is one of the highest in Rheinhessen. It also faces east/northeast - a highly interesting site in the wake of climate change. On heavy clay marl "Pelosol" soils with fine limestone inlay, mainly Rieslings thrive here. Cool evening winds are ideal for the "grande dame" of grape varieties. Wines with a distinctive acidity and minerality, depth and elegance are produced. The name "Klopp" first appeared in documents in 1537. The name goes back to the Middle High German word "klupf", which means hilltop.

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Dittelsheimer Leckerberg

Dittelsheimer Leckerberg

Oh, how delicious, this vineyard, these wines!

One of the most melodious vineyards in Rheinhessen - and no one really knows where the name comes from! The Middle High German word "lecken" is derived from the Old High German "lecchōn" and refers to something particularly tasty. Does it refer to the tasyts wines? The salt licks for game? Or something completely different? The vineyard was first documented in 1562 with the name "im Leckerberg". The vines grow on terraced slopes above the village on a wide variety of soils such as chalky loam, loess or marl; created by wind drifts and soil erosion from the Kloppberg. Therefore, the wines, Riesling, Pinots and more, show very different styles.

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> To the other two single vineyard sites in Dittelheim: Geiersberg and Kloppberg
> To the theme hike Kloppberg https://www.rheinhessen.de/e-wanderung-themen-wanderung-kloppberg
> To the theme hike: Bonerz-Weg https://www.tourismus-alzey-worms.de/wf/entdecken/wandern/naturerlebnis-themenwege.php#anchor_3ca6f54f_Accordion-1-BohnErzWeg-----Rheinhessen-mit--H-Erz-erleben--Strecke-9-5-km-
> Dittelsheim is known for its Heidenturm church: https://blog.rheinhessen.de/orient-rheinhessen-heidenturmkirchen/

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Heßlocher Liebfrauenberg

Heßlocher Liebfrauenberg

The dear lady, pilgrims and west winds

In the Middle Ages, on a high plateau about 215 metres above sea level, a Gothic Church of Our Lady actually stood here, together with a hospital courtyard for feeding pilgrims. It was built by the Lords of Dalberg. The location was given the name "in unser lieben frauen padt" in 1524 and "am Liebfrauenberg" in 1737. Today, the foundations still rest under the vines. The "Mariensäule", a monument in the middle of the vineyard, and the name of the single vineyard still remind us of the once highly revered site. The poor soil is characterised by heavy lime marl, with a massive lime reef resting in the subsoil. Cool westerly winds cause the grapes to ripen late. A top site for salty, mineral and complex Rieslings.

> Discover this single vineyard via the Jakobsweg or other routes in the vicinity, such as the Bohnerz-Weg: https://dittelsheim-hessloch.de/naherholung/ 

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Bechtheimer Stein

Bechtheimer Stein (Stone of Bechtheim)

Medium gravelly, top Pinots

Another candidate, like "Sonnenberg" and "Hasensprung": "Stein" is an extremely popular vineyard name, resulting in Bechtheimer Stein. This name always refers to the nature of the soil. Yet, anyone who now thinks that the vines growing here are sitting on a hard stone rock is mistaken. The humus-rich loess and clay soil has portions of clayey silt and lime, but is not cast from stone. Instead, it is studded with smaller stones. Pinot varieties in particular appreciate this vineyard site, but other grape varieties also grow here.

  •  Discover the other vineyards in Bechtheim: Geyersberg, Hasensprung, Rosengarten
  • Discover the "Wine Festival on the Pilgrims' Path", with the "Rheinhessen AUSGEZEICHNET" seal of quality.
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Heßlocher Mondschein

The location was mentioned in 1494 with the name "in the moonlight". The name refers to the high-altitude fields that shine in the moonlight.
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