The German winery owner and politician phil Andreas Deinhard (1845-1907) was the grandson of Johann Friedrich Deinhard (1772-1827), who was the merchant and champagne house Deinhardstein
founded. After studying in Bonn and Heidelberg, he completed a viticulture internship in France, where he was Louis Pasteur
(1822-1895) met. In 1848 he married Auguste Jordan (of the dynasty Bassermann-Jordan
), which brought a substantial part of the landed property for the Deinhard'sche winery into the marriage. In 1871 he took over his father's winery. He expanded the business to one of the most important German quality wineries until the end of the 19th century.
After him, it led his son-in-law Leopold von Winning (1873-1917) under a new name. In 1917, the winery Dr. Deinhard in possession of the Hoch family, who in turn as "Dr. Deinhard "(today it is said Winery of Winning
). In 1874, Dr. Andreas Deinhard Co-founder of the German Viticulture Association. Due to his political functions as Reichstag and Bavarian member of parliament he coined significantly the first German wine law in 1901 and the Phylloxera law
, In the period 1898-1903 he represented in the Reichstag the interests of German viticulture.