Baden is one of thirteen wine regions in Germany, located in the southwest of the country. Baden is known for its warm climate, long growing season and diverse soil types, allowing for the production of a wide variety of wine styles.
The wines of Baden are known for their high quality and the region is especially known for the Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) wines. Baden Spätburgunder wines are typically medium to full-bodied, with flavors of red and black fruit, spice, and a subtle earthiness.
Baden is divided into nine sub-regions, each with its own unique character and terroir. Some of the most famous sub-regions in Baden are Kaiserstuhl, Tuniberg and Markgräflerland. These regions are known for their volcanic soils, which produce wines with unique minerality and complexity.