Welcome to Schlossgut Diel!

My family has been making wine here for seven generations, and now it’s my turn to lead. The Nahe region is ideal for our Rieslings, Pinot Noirs and Pinot Blancs. The vines are old and lend a character completely unique to this place. I love the challenge of drawing out their best and learning just how much remains to discover even here in this familiar ground. In fact, I can imagine no greater gift than sharing that joy with family, friends and wine lovers. Welcome!

News

The VINUM "Who's who" of German wine !

March 2022
In vino veritas! That's what the makers of VINUM magazine think, too. Each year they select Germany's 25 defining wine personalities.

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25 YEARS »DIEL DE DIEL«

Jul1 2020
Preserve the old, dare to make something new! This is true of our flagship wine »Diel de Diel«, a cuvée of juicy Pinot Blanc, spicy Pinot Gris and fresh Riesling. This unique wine has been an incredible success story that began even before its premiere in Lufthansa Business Class.

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Kitchen is possible - Raumland

March 2021
We have dared to tread new terrain, with an exciting digital premiere called “Kitchen is Possible.” The live cooking show, featuring sisters Marie-Luise and Katharina from Sekthaus Raumland as our guests, has been tremendous fun not just for us, but also for our viewers and co-chefs!

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Our Diel-osophy:

Power, authenticity, quality!

Mineral-driven Rieslings, refined Pinot Noirs, sublime Pinot Blancs: such treasures can only come from the soils of the Nahe region! And the critics agree:   

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VDP with heart and soul!

We're proud to belong to the Verband Deutscher Prädikats- und Qualitätsweingüter (VDP), a collection of the finest winegrowing estates in Germany!

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Mineral-driven Rieslings, refined Pinot Noirs, sublime Pinot Blancs: such treasures can only come from the soils of the Nahe region! And the critics agree:   

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Vineyards

»Loessy clay, quartzite and slate«

The Diel family has been cultivating their little stretch of the Nahe region since 1802. Few places on earth offer so many different soils in such an incredibly compact area — making it virtually predestined for fine winegrowing. Caroline Diel appreciates just how blessed she is to work with this wealth of terroirs. She loves the minerality of her Rieslings, the finesse of her Pinot Noirs and the complexity of her Pinot Blancs. 

What distinguishes a Diel wine? The diversity of the soils, a climate that is nearly Mediterranean and the unerring hand of its expert winemaker. Three factors in beautiful harmony. Each vineyard has its own distinctly characteristic soil, thanks to the primordial stone of the Permian age: loessy clay, quartzite, gravel and slate.

What Producers are Saying

Theresa Breuer drinks DIEL 

 “For 3 generations, we’ve been trying to create wines that are a reflection of their origin.” 



 www.georg-breuer.com

“The EIERFELS is a second label par excellence, capturing the essence of both its grand cru sites, Burgberg and Goldloch, with balance and yet also with incredible tension and movement!”

ONE OF OUR VDP.ORTSWEIN: 
  • Riesling Trocken Dorsheim “Eierfels®” VDP.ORTSWEIN

Theresa Breuer drinks DIEL 

 “For 3 generations, we’ve been trying to create wines that are a reflection of their origin.” 



 www.georg-breuer.com

“The EIERFELS is a second label par excellence, capturing the essence of both its grand cru sites, Burgberg and Goldloch, with balance and yet also with incredible tension and movement!”

ONE OF OUR VDP.ORTSWEIN: 
  • Riesling Trocken Dorsheim “Eierfels®” VDP.ORTSWEIN

Theresa Breuer drinks DIEL 

 “For 3 generations, we’ve been trying to create wines that are a reflection of their origin.” 



 www.georg-breuer.com

“The EIERFELS is a second label par excellence, capturing the essence of both its grand cru sites, Burgberg and Goldloch, with balance and yet also with incredible tension and movement!”

ONE OF OUR VDP.ORTSWEIN: 
  • Riesling Trocken Dorsheim “Eierfels®” VDP.ORTSWEIN

CRAFTSMANSHIP

»Winemaking in harmony with nature«

Hours and days on the hill. Pruning the vines. Teasing out the essence of the soils. Followed by harvest, and then the cellar work. Modern technology plays a very limited role in this. Almost everything is done by hand. Schlossgut Diel practices sustainable winemaking, in harmony with nature. Its ancient vineyards are more than just a home for Caroline. They are also an unfathomable bounty from which she seeks to draw the very best, year after year. Through carefully honed instinct, hard work and judicious intervention at the right moment.