Weinhaus am Main, Winery Surrounded by Panoramic Views
Surrounded by panoramic vineyard views, Weinhaus am Main has its roots in the heart of Marktheidenfeld in the region of Franken. Apart from producing delicious wines, the company is also the house of unique brandies, bottled in a unique style, with three golf balls integrated into the bottle.
The Deppisch Family has been producing excellent Franconian wines at Weinhaus am Main for 140 years.
Fifth-Generation Manages the Vineyards and the Winery
The Deppisch Family has been producing excellent Franconian wines at Weinhaus am Main for 140 years, dating back to 1872. Today, the winery boasts the combination of culture, innovation, and high-quality German wines. Two brothers, John and Joseph Deppisch, manage the winery production, preserving the long family history of winemaking. They are the members of fifth-generation, cultivating vineyards with unique grape varieties.
Biodiveristy and Unique Grape Varieties
Respecting the biodiversity and surrounding landscapes, the brothers cultivate an extensive range of vines, Rivaner being the prime variety. Some other types include high-quality Silvaner, Riesling, Pinot Blanc, and Scheurebe, along with fruity Domina, Dornfelder, Pinot Meunier (Schwarzriesling), and Ehrenfelser. These vines are carefully pressed in the wine cellar after manual harvesting. Luscious red, white, rosé wines are produced as well as sparkling and dessert wines. The winery creates delicious, unique, and outstanding GOLF Wines and awe-inspiring GOLF Brandy Collection, all under Franconia’s finest winegrowing labels.
The historic cellar, about 400 years old, has undergone many renovations over the years. Today, it is equipped with modern machinery types, such as fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. Weinhaus am Main stores its wines in various sizes of wooden oak barrels.