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Gut Hermannsberg

The formerly „Königlich-Preussische Weinbaudomäne“ was founded in 1902 as a state-owned viticultural domain focusing exclusively on Riesling. It was built on a impressive hillside in a beautiful panoramic position above the river Nahe.

In 2009 Jens Reidel and Dr. Christine Dinse discovered the potential oft the vinery. They bought the vinery and agreed on the new name „Gut Hermannsberg“, referring to one of the best vineyard sites in the Nahe region which is besides that a monopole site of Gut Hermannsberg. Achim Kirchner (mamaging director) and Karsten Peter (managing director and winemaker) are managing the fortunes of the vinery in cooperation. In collaboration with their team they consequently focus on the Riesling-Tradition of Gtu Hermannsberg. Due tot he exposition and soil conditions of their excellent sites, they vinify fine and expressive Rieslings. In cooperation with Smart-Wines, Achim Kirchner and Tobias Fricke are in charge of sales and exports.
Today Gut Hermannsberg is one of Germany’s most exciting Riesling-Estates. This traditional vinery/company/estate, right on the river Nahe, owns 30 ha of vineyards which are all classified as VDP.GROSSE LAGEN by the VDP (Verband deutscher Prädikatsweingüter/ www.vdp.de), Germany’s association of top-vintners. The steep slopes of Gut Herannsberg like Kupfergrube, the monopole-site Hermannsberg and the unique Traiser Bastei rank among Germany’s and the world’s the best Riesling-Sites. They are the cradle of wines showing a peculiar brilliance and extraordinary minerality.
A guesthouse having five exclusive suites and six elegant double bedrooms, each one a unicum, is also part of the estate. The unique ensemble offers a wonderful view over the Nahe valley and is a recommendation for seminars and conferences (up to 18 persons) or larger family celebrations.

Link to estate homepage: gut-hermannsberg.de/en/home.html