Gut Hermannsberg

Arrive, relax, recover. The Nahe Valley is picturesque beyond compare. It can put a spring in the step of even the world-weariest traveler. Rising Riesling estate Gut Hermannsberg is proud to call this tradition-rich area home. Since acquiring the Gut in 2009, new owner Christine Dinse and Jens Reidel have shown a knack for beautifully blending the historic with the modern. read more

Weingut Emmerich-Koebernik

The Emmerich-Koebernik family has for centuries pursued the winegrower life amidst the Rhine slate mountains that shape the wild landscape of the Nahe. It's a striking region with three long-extinct volcanoes. read more

Weingut Poss

A journey down is a journey back. The archaeological fragments in the old Roman cellars of the Villa Rustica at Weingut Poss are open to visitors, and offer a magical atmosphere for tastings. read more

Weingut Tesch

Weingut Tesch, embodied today by Martin Tesch, has called the Nahe home for 11 generations. Tesch restructured the estate in 2002, reworking its entire strategic approach to winemaking. read more

Sektgut Hubertus Triebe

Wein- und Sektgut Hubertus Triebe stands in Schnaudertal near Zeitz, an area best known for Schloss Moritzburg. Active viticulture stopped here in the Middle Ages, so its resumption in 1999 represented a historic moment for the region. read more