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The wine-growing town in Hesse is a quarter of RÃ¼desheim am Rhein, Germany belongs to the region Rheingau . It is in the west of the Rhine is limited and is on UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage "Upper Middle Rhine Valley". The vineyards are planted with over 90% Pinot Noir, the rest with other red wines and some Riesling. For this reason, "AssmannshÃ¤user" a formerly common synonym for Pinot Noir . This Assmannshausen makes this otherwise dominated by Riesling region well known for wine community in Germany. The three individual layers Frankenthal , Church and back HÃ¶llenberg Great location in the cliffs are summarized and include a total of 70 hectares of vineyards on slate-phyllite heat-retaining. The permeable soil and microclimate are almost perfectly suited for Pinot Noir. Besides, lots of reds here WeiÃherbst pressed. Well-known producers are Hessian State Wine Domains (Domain Assmannshausen), Kesseler , Robert King and Crown (Winery Assmannshausen) .