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LOWER NAHE
VINEYARDS
HISTORIC VILLAGE
SANDSTONE
RIVER
TRIBUTARY
REGION
SOIL TYPES
RHINE
PALATINATE
RIESLING
RHEINGAU
GERMANY
BINGEN
MOSEL
RHEINHESSEN
PFALZ
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Definitions

  1. Nahe is a region (Anbaugebiet) for quality wine in Germany[1], and is located around river Nahe in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
  2. The Nahe is a river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, a left tributary to the Rhine. (Web site)
  3. The Nahe is a predominate white wine region with Riesling being the most significant planting.
  4. The Nahe is a diverse region producing many kinds of wines.
  5. The Nahe is divided into two bereiche, Kreuznach and schlossböckelheim, and has seven grosslagen. (Web site)

Lower Nahe

  1. The wines of the Lower Nahe tend to have more similarities to the wines of the Mittelrhein rather than the wines from other parts of the Nahe.

Vineyards

  1. The Nahe has one overlapping district Bereich Nahetal that includes 7 Grosslagen (collective sites) and 328 Einzellagen (vineyards).

Historic Village

  1. Grosslage Paradiesgarten -Located in the Upper Nahe and includes the historic village of Monzingen.

Sandstone

  1. The entire rock cycle of igneous (volcanic), sedimentary (sandstone, clay, limestone) and metamorphic (slate) rocks is present in the Nahe. (Web site)

River

  1. The Nahe's vineyards thrive in a variety of soils along the steep slopes of the Nahe River and its tributaries.

Tributary

  1. The Nahe River is a tributary of the Rhine River, flowing into it at Bingen. (Web site)

Region

  1. The Upper Nahe region include the westernmost and oldest vineyards in the Nahe.
  2. Today the majority of Nahe wine is consumed domestically with the nine member estates of the VDP having the largest export market of the region.

Soil Types

  1. Soil types: The entire rock cycle of igneous (volcanic), sedimentary (sandstone, clay, limestone) and metamorphic (slate) rocks is present in the Nahe. (Web site)

Rhine

  1. It lies along the Nahe River, a tributary of the Rhine, about 20 miles (32 km) southwest of Mainz.

Palatinate

  1. The Nahe separates the northern part of the Palatinate from the Hunsrück.

Riesling

  1. German wine region surrounding the Nahe River before it flows into the Rhine that is known for producing quality white wines from Riesling.

Rheingau

  1. Grosslage Burgweg -Located in the Upper Nahe and shares a name with Grosslagen in the Rheingau and Franconia.

Germany

  1. Our wonderful Kabinett from the Nahe region in Germany, some call it the year of the Century for German wines.

Bingen

  1. Bingen stands for variety: a modern town at the junction of the rivers Rhine and Nahe. (Web site)
  2. The Nahe region is named after the river that traverses the valleys of the forested Hunsrck Hills as it gently flows toward Bingen on the Rhine.
  3. At Bingen, the Nahe river flows into the Rhine and along its banks are some of the most perfect south facing vineyards.

Mosel

  1. These mountain chains are separated from each other by tributaries of the Rhine: the Moselle (Mosel), the Lahn and the Nahe. (Web site)

Rheinhessen

  1. The Nahe region is set west of Rheinhessen, which it borders, and east of the Mosel.
  2. Rheinhessen lies in a valley of rolling hills, bordered on the west by the Nahe River and on the north and east by the Rhine.

Pfalz

  1. Riesling is also important (more than 20%) in Württemberg, the Pfalz and the Nahe.
  2. Scheurebe - "shoy ray beh" is a rare grape variety found in the Pfalz, Rheinhessen and Nahe regions of Germany. (Web site)
  3. Scheurebe is most widely planted in the Pfalz, Rheinhessen and Nahe regions.

Nahe

  1. Six out of all thirteen wine regions for quality wine in Germany, Rheinhessen, Pfalz, Mosel, Nahe, Mittelrhein and Ahr are located in Rhineland-Palatinate.
  2. Nahe is a region for quality wine in Germany and is located around the Nahe River in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
  3. Historically the Mosel, Rheingau and Rheinhessen are the most important regions, with notable wines also grown in Pfalz and Nahe. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Rhineland-Palatinate
  2. Pfalz
  3. Rheinhessen
  4. Mosel
  5. Bingen
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