The course of the river Nahe and the name of the place mark the origin of our wines from the region (Bad) Kreuznach. For our local wines, we only use grapes from the best and traditional vineyards in this region.
Bad Kreuznach is located in the lower Nahe valley, 20 km away from the confluence of the Nahe and the Rhine. The Nahe region, located between the Moselle and Rhine, was designated as a separate wine-growing region in a state decree in 1935. The current boundaries of the Nahe wine-growing region were only set with the 1971 Wine Act. This made it mandatory for local winemakers to show "Nahe" on the label. Before it was still widespread to sell the wines from the Nahe valley as "Rhine wines".
The designation "quality wine from certain growing areas" (Q.b.A) is subject to strict legal requirements. The wines that bear the name of the wine-growing region must come 100% from this region. A pure varietal quality wine must also be typical for the respective grape variety. A sensory and an analytical test are mandatory and are confirmed by the official test number on the label. In addition, the quality level must be indicated on the label.
Our "LOCAL WINES" are unique, typical grape varieties for connoisseurs and lovers, for special occasions or simply to enjoy and are excellent accompaniments to dishes.
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