Nahe wine tastes like joie de vivre, friendliness and sunshine.
The Nahe valley offers ideal climatic conditions for wines that are rich, racy, fruity and lean.
And what is the best way to enjoy Nahe wine?
At one of the quaint, traditional wine festivals in the wine villages characterised by half-timbered houses and cosy alleyways, on a wine hike or in a hospitable Straußwirtschaft, also known as seasonal wine taverns.
Taste-wise, the Nahe wines tell of the soils on which they ripen:
volcanic rock, clay-slate, porphyry, quartzite and red rock.
Nahe wine reflects the changeful history of a fascinating region thousands of years old, where prehistoric lakes, rivers and volcanic eruptions have left traces.
They characterise Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Scheurebe, Dornfelder, Pinot Noir, Portugieser and Regent with their unmistakable terroir.