The Nahe region is named for the river that flows through the valleys and hills. It is a peaceful landscape of vineyards, orchids, and meadows intersecting with dramatic cliffs and stunning rock formations. This region has over 2,000 years of wine-making tradition.
The Nahe may be a small region, but its wide range of soil types makes it possible to produce a wide varies of wine styles. From the volcanic stone to the red clay, sandstone, and limestone to even slate, the Nahe region is versatile.
White wine grapes dominate the region at 75% with Riesling being the most commonly produced variety. Producing a light, fruity white wine low in acidity and strong in character.