The estate is located in the Heimersheim municipality in the German wine-growing region Ahr, The Nelles family has been growing wine for over 500 years. The year 1479N shown on the bottle labels refers to the documentary mention of Peter Nelis as tenant of a “wyngartz an der buysch portzen”. The current owner Thomas Nelles completed an apprenticeship as a winegrower Julius Wasem in Ingelheim and also worked at Adeneuer before going in vineyard Studied wine and fruit growing. After graduating, he took over his father's winery in the early 1970s. A little later, the manor house, which was only built in 1950, had to give way to a street. When the Heimersheim cooperative in 1976 with the Ahr Winzer eG merged and gave up their business in Heimersheim, Nelles had the building torn down to the hotel and rebuilt the business in the old basement.
The vineyards cover almost seven hectares of vineyards in the individual layers Castle garden and Landskrone (Heimersheim), and Schieferlay and Sonnenberg (Bad Neuenahr), which are usually not listed. They are about 760% with Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir )), such as Riesling, Pinot Gris ( Pinot gris ), Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) and Domina planted. The best red wines are made without filtration bottled. There is also no beautiful, The Pinot Noir are marketed in an in-house hierarchy from the "Classic" to the flagship "B52". The winery is a member of VDP (Verband deutscher Prädikatsweingüter) and the German Family Goods Association The goods,