Die Weinamcher

The Wine Region

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The sunny mild climate and the high-quality soils along the German Wine Route have meant that the world-famous vineyards of this part of the world have offered ideal growing conditions for great wines for centuries.

The vineyards of the German Wine Route in the Mittelhaardt Region stretch from the slopes of the Palatinate woodlands down into the Rhine Plain.

Nature has dealt us a kind hand indeed. Our vines enjoy the protection of mountain slopes and the benefits of nearly 2,000 hours of sunshine a year. We have found just the right soil conditions for every variety of grape we grow. Our terroir is characterised by sand, clay, sandstone and gravel, all of which lend each of our wines its own distinctive flavour.

Niederkirchen: all the romantic spirit of a winegrowing location

Our winegrowing community nestles amidst a sea of vines in a location characterised by winegrowing estates old and new. Many a glimpse of attractive courtyards and traditional barns is visible through our gates.

The history of our community stretches back 1,300 years. Visitors who are prepared to leave the busy main road behind them and take a walk through the quieter streets and narrow alleyways will discover plenty of romantic spots to explore. Cosy inns, some of which still slaughter their own meat, and rustic wine taverns provide a varied cuisine best washed down with a Niederkirchen wine.