The Meyer-Näkel Winery
The Meyer-Näkel estate is Germany's northernmost red wine region. The Näkel family cultivates the vineyard area in the Ahrtal already in the 5th generation and made this name known in 1950 with the marriage of Paula Meyer and Willibald Näkel. Meanwhile, the 1.5 ha of cultivation area has grown to 15 ha and provides the lovingly developed character of these elegant red wines due to special microclimatic conditions of the soil.
The prudent working method of the family, which works with old vines, the yield of which it has reduced to 50 hl/ha and a careful hand-picked harvest are further aspects, which the Meyer-Näkel winery has won various awards, among other things, the winery is allowed to carry the famous grape eagle on its label, the sign that it belongs to the Association of German Prädikat wines.
More information about Meyer-Näkel
|Company Name:||Weinhaus Werner Näkel GmbH|
|Contact & Web|
|Telephone:||+49 2643 1628|
|Fax:||+49 2643 3363|
|Year of Incorporation:||1950|
|Company Group:||Weingut Meyer-Näkel|
|Company Owner:||Familie Näkel|
|Managing Director:||Werner Näkel|
|Cellarmaster:||Werner Näkel, Meike & Dörte Näkel|
|Vineyard Area:||18 ha|
|Cultivated Vineyards:||Walporzheimer Kräuterberg, Dernauer Pfarrwingert, Bad Neuenahrer Sonnenberg|
|Annual Wine Production in hl:||weniger als 50 hl/ha|