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The Nahe River flows north into the Rhine at Bingen at the western end of the Rheingau. The best wines from the Nahe have been described as having the elegance of the Rheingau, the body of a Rheinhessen and the acidity of a Mosel.
There are several outstanding producers in the area, with the most celebrated being Helmut Dönnhoff.
He produces some of Germany's finest Riesling wines from the world-famous Niedehausen and Schlossböckelheim vineyards, as well as from the less well known Norbeim and Oberhausen vineyards.
His Kabinett and Spätlese wines are exceptionally racy wines that are rich with complex and intense mineral overtones. They are delicious when young but have the potential to improve for up to 10 years, with the top wines lasting even longer.
Wines sold "In Bond" (including BBX) or “En Primeur” are not available for immediate delivery and storage charges may apply.
Duty and VAT must be paid separately before delivery can take place.
H/Bottle 12 x 37.5cl6cs
H/Bottle 12 x 37.5cl4cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl13cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl24cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl10cs
Magnum 6 x 150cl1cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl6cs
H/Bottle 6 x 37.5cl1cs
H/Bottle 12 x 37.5cl7cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl1cs
H/Bottle 12 x 37.5cl1cs
The vines that contributed to this exceptionally rare wine are located adjacent to the River Nahe itself, partly obscured from the sun and in a relatively cool air pocket. This apparently unpromising scenario is, in fact, ideal for Eiswein in those rare years when the conditions are suitable. 2007 was such a year and 20th December was deemed to be the day. The wines rarity is matched only by its purity and length.