As early as 1962, you could buy the home-pressed cider from the Nöll wine press. At that time, father Karl Nöll and his son Gerhard (today’s managing director) turned the cooperage, which had existed since 1876, into a wine press house. Even then, the Nölls had some wine pressing experience, because it is part of the family tradition here. Even when barrels and vats were still being made in the courtyard of today’s wine press house, the home-made wine was stored in the cellar. The assortment has grown steadily over the years, so that today the Nöll wine press house can offer an extensive range of juices, ciders and specialities of excellent quality.