Our family has been running the Strub winery with conviction and
passion since 1710. Year after year, we strive to produce the best wines possible; Wines that are rich in finesse and full of fruit - whether in the light, the classic or the single vineyard categories.
Niersteiner Pettenthal, Hipping, Ölberg und Orbel belong to the vineyard sites of an area referred to as "Roten Hang" (red slope). The soil in this entire area consists of red slate, called "Rotliegenden", a formation from the Perm age (250 Mio. years old) with some spots of additional Loess soil. The red slate is a preferred soil to grow vines. The soil easily heats up und distinguishes itself by a high mineral content which provides the wines of the "Roten Hang" with incredible depth and body - a trademark of the wines from Nierstein since the Roman times.
The most northern site in the "Roten Hang" is Pettenthal, neighboring Hipping to the south. Both vineyards have a particularly positive micro climate. The sun exposure is mainly east Read more »