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Named after the river Lahn.


The Lahn is a river that joins the Rhine near Koblenz in Lahnstein. Wine growing dates back to the 13th century. At its peak, vineyards spread around 100 hectares. Today, Obernhof an Weinaehr remain the two wine growing towns in this part of our region. 6 families grow their vines on 6 hectares.


Cities and towns, places to see and single vineyard sites:


Bad-Ems: Kurhaus (spa house), Russian church


Nassau: Nassau castle


Obernhof: Arnstein abbey

Single vineyard site: Goetheberg



Single vineyard site: Giebelhöll


Quelle: Stein & Wein