Altenberg (Germany single layer)
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Altenberg (Einzellage Deutschland)
Frequent single layer name in Germany. The name is derived from, for example, that formerly the winemaker at the age often focused on the best places nearby vineyards and then usually kept until death. In addition to the two below in detail above, there are individual layers called Altenberg in the community: Abtswind (CHF), Avelsbach (Mosel), Bad Bergzabern (Palatinate), Ballrechten-Dottingen (Baden), Beutelsbach (W├╝rttemberg), Britzingen (Baden), Deutz Bach (W├╝rttemberg), Ergersheim (CHF), Flein (W├╝rttemberg), Grunern (Baden), Hammelburg (CHF), Heidelberg (Baden), Hillesheim (Rheinhessen), K├╝renz (Mosel), Lauda, ÔÇőÔÇőrunning (swimming), Meddersheim (close) , Neuweier (Baden), Lower Hall (W├╝rttemberg), Oberemmel (Mosel), Raumbach (CHF), St. Ilgen (Baden), Stockheim, Str├╝mpfelbach (W├╝rttemberg), Sulzburg (Baden), S├╝lzbach (W├╝rttemberg), Trier (Mosel), Untert├╝rkheim (W├╝rttemberg), on the way home sand (Palatinate), Weissenbach (W├╝rttemberg), waves (Mosel) and Wimmental (W├╝rttemberg).
Community Kanzem (Saar area) in the region Moselle : The S├╝ds├╝dosten-facing vineyards in 145-260 meters above sea level with 50 to 85% slope comprise 19 hectares of vineyards. As a small enclave is the single location Listen thickener included. On weathered greenish-gray shale soils with clayey-silty, reddish iron-containing fine soil Riesling is cultivated. Shares have, for example, the wineries , Johann Peter Mertes , Othegraven , Reinert , Van Volxem and United hospices .
Community Schnait (range Remstal-Stuttgart) in the region W├╝rttemberg : The southwest-facing vineyard in 320 and 380 meters above sea level with 30 to 40% slope lie in a small side valley of the Rems midst of virgin forest. They are well protected from winds and fog. The floors consist of Keuper marl and mixed with interference of red sandstone. Here, for example, the Riesling is cultivated. Shares in a position to have such wineries J├╝rgen Ellwanger and Karl Haidle .