The German winery owner and politician Dr. phil Andreas Deinhard (1845-1907) was the grandson of Johann Friedrich Deinhard (1772-1827), who owned the trading and sect house Deinhardstein
founded. After studying in Bonn and Heidelberg, he completed a wine-growing internship in France, where he was Louis Pasteur
(1822-1895). In 1848 he married Auguste Jordan (from the dynasty Bassermann-Jordan
), which brought a substantial part of the property for the Deinhard'sche winery into the marriage. In 1871 he took over his father's winery. He expanded the company into one of the most important German quality wineries by the end of the 19th century.
After him, his son-in-law Leopold von Winning (1873-1917) ran it under a new name. In 1917 the Dr. Deinhard is owned by the Hoch family, who in turn call it “Dr. Deinhard ”(today it says Winning Winery
). In 1874, Dr. Andreas Deinhard co-founder of the German Wine Association. Through his political functions as a member of the Reichstag and the Bavarian state parliament, he shaped the first German wine law in 1901 and that Phylloxera law
, From 1898 to 1903, he represented the interests of German viticulture in the Reichstag.