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Das Peach Haus in Fredericksburg, Texas

Das Peach Haus

Visit the home of THE ORIGINAL ROASTED RASPBERRY CHIPOTLE SAUCE®

Sample every delicious Fischer & Wieser product in the store.

Taste Bell Mountain Wines in the Oberhof Wine Cellar Tasting Room.

Enjoy our outdoor deck overlooking a pond and the beautiful hill country. A great place to enjoy a glass of wine.

Address:
Contact:
Hours:
1406 South US Highway 87
Tel: (866)997-8969
Sunday – Saturday
Fredericksburg,Texas 78624
Email: dph@jelly.com
(10 A.M.-6 P.M.)

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Fischer & Wieser

Harvesting Tradition

In 1928, Joseph and Estella Wieser bought 60 acres of land on the southern edge of Fredericksburg, Texas, planted a peach orchard and put down roots in a very Texan way: think big, work hard and never compromise. Nestled in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, that dedicated commitment has fortified a family business for four decades, with son Mark Wieser carrying on his parents’ passion for gourmet eating the way nature intended. In 1969, Mark founded Fischer & Wieser’s Das Peach Haus® as a roadside fruit stand, built from the logs of an 1870 German log cabin purchased for $150 (especially meaningful given the family’s German heritage), and quickly became the place to go for the best locally harvested preserves and sauces Texas has to offer.

Jelly, wine, relaxation … here’s to laughing just as hard on the next go ’round. Thank you once again Fredericksburg, Texas!


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Oberhof Wine

Located on the slopes of Bell Mountain and first identified on the U.S. Geological map of 1885, the area was designated 101 years later as Texas’ first wine growing region by our Federal government. Our Vineyards, set on sandy-loam soils, replete with rich minerals, and blessed with a moderate climate due to elevation, insure superior fruit development, thus wines of distinctive character.

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