The Mees Estate is located in Bosenheim,

in the southeast of Bad Kreuznach an der Nahe, a climatically well-known spa town.

Our wine-growing region is called Nahe, it is close to the wine-growing region Rheinhessen. 

Concerning the varieties of locally grown quality wines, the wine region Nahe is also well-known as "the jewel in the southwest."


Weingut Mees has been run by our family since 1828.

Nowadays we, vintner Roland Mees (Master’s degree) and Dagmar Mees,

accepted consultant for German Wine, very dedicated and successfully keep up the family tradition in the 7th generation. 

Weingut Mees Estates future is ensured, because the next generation is already preparing: 


After training as a winemaker, technical college and

further training to become a "state-certified economist for viticulture and oenology"

son Lukas successfully passed the master craftsman exam at the Rhineland-Palatinate Chamber of Agriculture on June 16, 2020.

Daughter Juliane, a High-School teacher, still enjoys helping with the winery in her spare time. 
She represented the wine growing region as "Nahe Wine Princess 2013/2014". 


The product "wine" itself is essential to our efforts.

Professional knowledge and experience,

yield reduction and the employment of modern winegrowing- and winery-technologies, 

quality-oriented manual work, steady training and development and most importantly:

- our love for great wines -

those are our conditions for the production of modern, high-class, aromatic and storable estate wines.

We grow our high- and special-quality wines according to grape variety standards,

vineyard site standards and vintage standards, with a high level of quality orientation. 


Wine has always been a popular issue with our family and each of our quality wines

is the result of our commitment and our passion.


We are looking forward to your interest in our quality products and will be glad to answer your questions.

Kind regards from the Nahe-valley,

Familie Mees







Nothing makes people more familiar with landscapes than the enjoyment of the wines

that are grown on their earth and illuminated by their sun.

( Ernst Jünger, author and philosopher  1895 - 1998 )