Nahe Region

The Nahe wine region is named after the Nahe River and is located just up river to the South of where it joins the Rhein River at Bingen. It is a relatively young member of Germany’s thirteen officially recognized wine growing regions (“anbaugebiete”/on-bou-gi-bēt-ǝ/) because German wine law established its independence in 1971. Vintners have produced wine in the Nahe valley since Roman times though.