In 1962 the Nöll family started making cider in Frankfurt in their cooperage dating from 1876. Or as the Germans say: Apfelwein. This type of cider is a popular drink in the Hesse region. It is often made from hand or cooking apples. Apple wine contains little or no carbon dioxide and often has a fresh acidity. In addition, Kelterei Nöll also has a range of quality ciders, such as the Sortenreiner Apfelweinen (a premium apple wine made from one apple variety), the Apfelschaumwein and the Apfel-secco. Kelterei Nöll's ciders have already received numerous awards from the German Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft.