The Niersteiner Winegrowing Cooperative

In the Heart of Rheinhessen

Our Winegrowing Cooperative in the Land of Thousand Hills

Our winery is situated in Nierstein on Rhein,  the largest winegrowing village in Rheinhessen.


Winegrowing with Tradition

Farsighted winegrowers united here in 1930 and started to produce and distribute authentic wines.  A recipe for success that has proven its value. Our passion is to produce first class wines and special, regional varietal wines.

The pursuit of quality has led numerous award and acclaim.

The quality of our wines is the basis for our work.

We connect innovative winemaking practices with time honored techniques, always in harmony with nature.


Our Winegrowers Have a Fine Sense for Wine.

Our winegrowers have a “feeling” for wine, which creates the basis of our quality philosophy. They try to achieve the best possible result, namely wines of exceptional quality and individuality.

We feel this commitment to quality each and every day.




Our ‘Weintreff’ shops

Our ‘Weintreff’ shops have always been a part of our company. There we provide information about our region and our wines.

Wine lovers, customers and our winegrowing members are invited to come and visit us. Our competent staff will help you in many ways….from wine selection to knowlegdge about our region.

We manage other ‘Weintreffs’ in every wine region where we grow grapes and make our wines.


Here you will find the other wine clubs.


Foto: Our ‘Weintreff’ shops.

Rheinhessen

  • 3 districts
  • 23 collective parcels
  • 454 individual parcels
  • 26,400 ha vineyard area    (2011)
  • 3,219 estates
  • 69% of total production white varieties (Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Silvaner)
  • 31% of total production red varieties (Dornfelder, Portugieser, Spätburgunder)

Foto: Rheinhessen.
  • Location

    In the area between Mainz, Bingen, Alzey and Worms.



  • Climate

    Mild average temperatures with lots of sun hours and sufficient rainfall.



  • Soil

    Loess, sediments/ weathered soils, fine-grained sand with marl, weathered quartizite and porphyry.



  • Grape Varieties

    Müller-Thurgau, Dornfelder, Silvaner, Riesling, Portugieser, Kerner, Scheurebe, Bacchus, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir.