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 Baden

Baden

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   Baden mountain road   Lake Constance   Breisgau
   Kaiserstuhl   Kraichgau   Markgräflerland
   Ortenau   Tauberfranken   Tuniberg
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Wines tasted: 7295

The growing area in Germany with a cultivated area of 15 836 hectares is the third largest and southernmost. It extends over 300 kilometers from Lake Constance along the Upper Rhine Valley on the mountain road and the Badische Kraichgau to Tauberfranken. More than three quarters of the total vineyard area is of about 100 Winzergenossenschaft processed. These make use of the in 1952 established huge central winery Baden wine cellar Which is one of the largest European cooperative farms. The large area, a distinction in North Baden and Baden. Because of the exceptionally warm weather is the only German region of Baden, to the Growing zone and thus to the same zone as the French regions Alsace , Savoy and the Loire , as well as Austria with Germany's oldest university, founded in 1386. The Baden wine route begins north of the city and leads to Ortenau in South Baden.

The region of Baden Baden is in the nine areas of mountain road, Lake Constance, Breisgau, Kaiserstuhl, Kraichgau Markgräflerland, Ortenau, Tauberfranken Tuniberg and divided by 15 large documents and 315 individual layers. The area lying to the north of Baden mountain road was until 1971 together with the Hessian Mountain Road the growing area mountain road. The smallest range is only about 400 hectares of vineyards. Due to the mild climate it is also known as the "Riviera" of Germany. The vineyards are concentrated in a few towns north and south of Heidelberg. The predominant soil type is loam with underground sandstone and limestone. Contrary to the name, there are vineyards in "only" 150 to 250 meters above sea level. There is only one major site Rittersberg. Famous wine-growing communities with their individual situations:

* Heidelberg with its castle Roof projection , Holy Mountain
* Heidelberg Herrenberg , Whether sunny side of the bridge
* Hemsbach with Mr. Wingert
* Hohensachsen with Stephan Berg
* Laudenbach with Sonnberg
* Glues with Herrenberg , Stations of the Cross
* Lützelsachsen with Stephan Berg
* Schriesheim Kuhberg, Madonna Mountain, Castle Mountain, mountain shrub
* Wine home with Mr. Wingert, Hubberg, Stephan Berg, Berg Wüst

The approximately 600 acres of vineyards second smallest area Lake Constance is the southernmost wine region of Germany. According to legend, Charlemagne brought III. (839-888), a great-grandson Charlemagne (742-814), the Pinot Noir to Bodman. At Lake Constance was in the 1920s in Germany for the first time the Müller-Thurgau grown. The soils are of glacial Moränenschotter and molasses (rock debris) dominated. The level of Lake Constance lies in 396 feet, the vineyards stretch up to 560 meters above sea level. The extinct volcano is the Hohentwiel highest altitude vineyard in Germany. Due to this level here, there remains a relatively cool climate of Baden. There is only one major site sunny shore. Famous wine-growing communities with their individual situations:

* Bermatingen with Leopoldsberg
* Bodman and King Weingarten
* Gailingen with Knight stockpile, Rheinsberg Castle
* Hohentwiel with Elizabeth Berg, Olga Berg
* Kirchberg Schlossberg
* Constance Sonnenhalde
* Mark village with castle stables, singer stockpile
* Meersburg Urchin , Canons stockpile, Fohrenberg, Haltnau, Jungfernstieg
* Meersburg with Lerchenberg Rieschen , Singer stockpile
* Oberuhldingen (Birnau) with church stockpile
* Stetten with Fohrenberg, Lerchenberg, singer stockpile

The Breisgau area encompasses approximately 1,600 hectares of vineyards along the slopes of the Black Forest Freiburg (Germany) in the south to Lahr in the north. He should not be confused with the much larger geographic region Breisgau. The soils are dominated by loess, limestone and gneiss. There are higher amounts of precipitation. The most common varieties are more than 40% Pinot Noir and Müller-Thurgau and Pinot Gris. The area is divided into three major layers of muck-Lindenberg, Castle and Castle Lichteneck Zähringen. Famous wine-growing communities with their individual situations:

* Bombach with Summer stockpile
* Ettenheim with Kaiserberg
* Freiburg (Germany) with Jesuitenschloss, Schlossberg (single location, Germany) , Steinler
* Home Fries with Kronenbühl
* Glottertal with Eichberg (single location, Germany) , Red Bur , Kirchberg
* Hecklingen with Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
* Kenzingen with Mr. Berg, Hummel Mountain, Red Mountain
* Köndringen with Old Castle
* Lahr Mr. Table , Kronenbühl
* Feud with Bergle
* Malterdingen with Bienenberg
* Mundingen with Old Castle
* Because of Mr. North Mountain
* Oberschopfheim with Kronenbühl
* Schmieheim with Kirchberg

The area lying to the south Kaiserstuhl with over 4,100 hectares of the largest by far. It is named after the extinct volcanic cones. Accordingly prevail volcanic weathering, as well as loess. The climate of the Kaiserstuhl for viticulture is particularly favorable. On the southern slopes of the two communities and Achkarren Ihringen the warmest region of Germany is to be found. The most common varieties are at 40% pinot noir, and Müller-Thurgau and Pinot Gris. There is only one major site called volcanic rocks. The wine-growing villages with their individual situations:

* Achkarren with Castellberg, Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
* Amoltern with stone heap
* Bahlingen with Silberberg
* Bickensohl with Mr. piece rocks
* Bischoffingen Enselberg with rosary Steinbuck
* Blankenhornsberg with Garden Doctor
* Bötzingen with Eckberg, Laz mountain
* Buchheim with Rebstuhl
* Breisach mountain with Augustine, Eckartsberg
* Burkheim with Fire Mountain , Castle Hill, Castle Garden
* Eichstetten with Mr. Buck, Lerchenberg
* Endingen with Engelberg, quarry, Tannacker
* Ihringen with Castellberg, Fohrenberg, cross slope, Schlossberg (single location, Germany) , Rocks, Winklerberg
* Jechtingen with Eichert , Enselberg, pews, high mountain, stone pit
* Kiechlingsbergen with Olives, Devil's Castle
* Königschaffhausen with Hasenberg, Steingrueble
* Leiselheim with stalls
* Neuershausen with quarry
* Nimburg-Bottingen with quarry
* Oberbergen with Bass violin , Powder Buck
* Oberrotweil with Eichberg (single location, Germany) , Henkenberg , Käsleberg , Kirchberg , Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
* Tie with St. Michael's Mount
* Sasbach of Limburg, Red pile
* Schelingen with Kirchberg
* Wasenweiler with Kreuzhalde, Lotberg

The area lying to the north Kraichgau covers over 1,200 hectares of vineyards. Until 1996 he was with the Baden area mountain road a common area. The predominant soil type is deep, calcareous loess, which is reflected in the sometimes very spacious curved terraces. In contrast to all other areas is here with some 20% of Riesling at the top, followed by Pinot Noir, Muller Thurgau and Pinot Gris. The area is divided into three major layers of Hohenberg, and Mannaberg Stiftsberg. Famous wine-growing communities with their individual situations:

* Bruchsal Klosterberg, wine hedge
* Durlach with Turmberg
* Eichtersheim with mountain climbing, mountain sun
* Kürnbach with Lerchenberg
* Paint with oil tree, Rotsteig
* Michel box Himmelberg , Sonnenberg
* Odenheim with King Cup
* Östringen with Hummelberg, Rosary, Ulrichsberg
* Sulzfeld with Castle Ravensburger Francis Dicker , Castle Ravensburger Hussars cap
* Sulzfeld with Castle Ravensburger Löchle , Lerchenberg
* Tiefenbach with Schell Well, Spiegelberg
* Wine Garden with Katzenberg, Peter Berg
* Zeutern with the Kingdom of Heaven

The area covers about 3,000 hectares Markgräflerland vineyards, which extend between Freiburg and Basel. The predominant soil type is loam and loess with some marl. The climate is mainly in the north is cool and moist. The most common and typical varietal here with one-third share is Chasselas (Chasselas), launched in 1780 by the Grand Duke of Baden Karl Friedrich of Baden (1728-1811) from Vevey, Switzerland here. The following varieties are Pinot Noir, Muller Thurgau and Pinot Blanc. The area is divided into three major layers of rock New Castle, Mount Loretto and Rötteln bailiwick. Famous wine-growing communities with their individual situations:

* Auggen with Latvians, Schaef
* Badenweiler Römerberg (single location, Germany)
* Badenweiler with Steingrueble
* Binzen with Hollow Sun
* Ebringen with summer mountain
* Efringen churches with Kirchberg, Hollow Sun
* Hills home with God's Acre, Höllberg, castle garden
* Istein with Kirchberg
* Mauchen with Mrs. Berg , Sun piece
* Rubbish home with Pfaff piece Reggenhag , Sonnhalde
* Pfaffenweiler with Batzenberg, Upper Dürrnberg
* Rümmingen with Hollow Sun
* Schlatt with Maltesergarten, Steingrueble
* Schliengen with sun piece
* Staufen / Grunern with Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
* Weil am Rhein Schlipf, stairs

The area encompasses approximately 2,700 vines of Ortenau Bermersbach in the south to Baden-Baden in the north. The predominant soil type is highly weathered granite and porphyry with occasional loess and Lösslehmauflagen. This provides excellent conditions for the Riesling, Pinot Noir is still under the front of the Müller-Thurgau in second place and here for historical reasons Klingelberger means. There are relatively high rainfall. The area is divided into two major layers Fürsteneck and Rodeck castle. Famous wine-growing communities with their individual situations:

* Altschweier with Sternberg
* Berghaupten with Kinzig valleys, Protect mountain
* Bühlertal with Engelsfelsen , Block mountain
* Diersburg with Kinzig valleys, Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
* Durbach with bee garden, Joseph Berg, Chapel Hill , Kasselberg, Kochberg
* Durbach with Mount of Olives , Schlossberg (single location, Germany) (With Won Klingelbergstrasse)
* Durbach with Castle Grohl , Castle Staufenberg Steinberg
* Fessenbach with Bergle, Francis Berger , Kirchherr mountain
* Running with Alde Gott, Well Alsenhof
* Neuweier with Altenberg, Heiligenstein Wall Mount , Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
* Ortenberg with Andreas Berg, Francis Berger , Freudental Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
* With detour Stitch the boys
* Varnhalt with Rocky mountain monastery , Sun mountain, rock brooders
* Waldulm with Kreuzberg Pfarrberg
* Cell-Weierbach with Abtsberg , Neugesetz

The area covers the vineyards between Tauberfranken Bad Mergentheim-Dainbach and Wertheim Dertingen along the eponymous Tauber. However, it is only part of the Tauber , The wine was legally divided into three sections in three growing areas. The Baden part Tauberfranken includes 670 hectares of vineyards. The most common varieties are here Müller-Thurgau and Pinot Meunier. The predominant soil type is clayey limestone with fine soil, and Keuper and Bunter. There is only one major site called Tauber blade. Famous wine-growing communities with their individual situations:

* Beckstein with Kirchberg, Nonnenberg
* Bronnbach with Josefsberg, Kemelrain
* Beckstein with Kirchberg , Nonnenberg
* Height field Kemelrain
* Königshofen with Kirchberg , Tower Mountain, Walterstal
* Reicholzheim with Ridge , Kemelrain , Set mountain
* Sachsenflur with Kailberg, Walterstal
* Tauberbischofsheim with Edelberg
* Werbach with Hirschberg

The area was formerly with the Tuniberg Kaiserstuhl a common region. The separation was carried out geological point of view, because the ground is not of volcanic origin, but it prevails limestone and loess. The vineyards cover 1,000 hectares of vineyards. The main varieties are Pinot Noir and Muller-Thurgau. There is only one major site named Attila rocks. The wine-growing villages with their individual situations:

* God home with Kirchberg
* Quantities of Alemanni Buck
* Merdingen with Buehl
* Munzingen with Chapel Hill
* Niederrimsingen with Rotgrund
* Oberrimsingen with Franciscan
* Opfingen with Sonnenberg
* Tiengen with Rebtal
* Waltershofen with stone wall

Well-known producers are Erecting Robert & Manfred , Augite , Baden wine cellar , Bercher , Bercher-Schmidt , Bian , Blankenhorn Roy , Dirk Brenneisen , Ravensburg , Doerflinger , Dr. Heger , Duijn , Durbacher Winzergenossenschaft , Otto Fischer , Baron von Stein DC , Baron and Franckenstein , Bernhard Frick , Fred Mueller (Breisach) , Counts Metternich'sches Wolff Vineyard , Heitlinger , Helde Norbert , Hofgut Consequence , Holub Horst , Bernhard Huber , Bernd Hummel , Hunn Kilian , Bernhard Jägle , Karl-Heinz Johner , Kalkbödele , Karle Gerhard , Franz Keller , Frederick Kiefer , Ulrich Klumpp , Knab , Köbelin Arndt , Kopp Ewald , Andreas Laible , Lämmlin Schindler , Andreas Männle , Henry Männle , Marget Klaus-Martin , Margrave of Baden (Salem, Staufenberg) Nägelsförst , Pfaffenweiler Weinhaus , Pix Reinhold , Plag Werner , Imperial Count and Marquis of Hoensbroech , Herbert Reinecker , Rinklin Friedhelm , Salwey , Schatzle and Gregory Thomas , Schatzle Leopold , Schlör Konrad , Schlossgut Ebringen , Schlossgut Istein , Castle Neuweier , Ortenberg , Claus Schneider , Reinhold Schneider , Schlumberger Hartmut , Schweigler Dieter , Thomas Seeger , State Winery Freiburg , State Meersburg , Andrew Stigler , Martin Wassmer , Werner Weber , Weingut Stadt Lahr , Michael Wiesler , Winzergenossenschaft Achkarren , Burkheim winegrowers in the Kaiserstuhl , Winzergenossenschaft Königschaffhausen , Zähringer Wilhelm , Zeller Abtsberg wine and Ornamental Iron Hans Peter .

The Blend has changed in the last ten years in the top ranking only slightly. It confirms the general trend towards more German red wines, they have risen from 38 to 44% now. That with the Pinot Noir Rotweinrebe one at the top is, it is only in the growing areas Ahr and Württemberg . Just as in other growing areas have many New breed much lost ground. Typical are the wines from the Pinot varieties, Baden specialties are white autumn , rose gold Baden and Baden Selection . The Blend of the state in 2009 (? 0 = less than 0.5 ha = unknown value or statistical-kept secret for legal reasons):

Grape
dt principal name
In Germany
common synonyms
Color Hectare
2009
% -
Ant
Pinot Noir
including Samtrot
Pinot Noir , Blauer S., Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir clone Samtrot
red 5794 36.6
Müller-Thurgau Rivaner, Riesling-Sylvaner white 2687 17.0
Ruland Pinot Gris , Pinot Gris white 1703 10.8
White Burgundy Pinot Blanc , Pinot Blanc white 1196 7.6
Riesling White Riesling, Rhine Riesling white 1160 7.3
Gutedel Chasselas , White Chasselas white 1101 7.0
Regent - red 306 1.9
Müllerrebe Meunier And Pinot Meunier red 260 1.6
Chardonnay - white 162 1.0
Gewurztraminer Traminer , Gewurztraminer white 154 1.0
Sylvaner
Blue Silvaner
Silvaner , Sylvaner white 153
?
1.0
-
Cabernet Mitos - red 134 0.8
Sauvignon Blanc Muskat-Sylvaner white 89 0.6
Kerner - white 71 0.4
Auxerrois - white 66 0.4
Muscat Muscatel , Red Muscatel white 64 0.4
Limberger / Lemberger Blaufränkisch , Blauer Limberger red 60 0.4
Dornfelder - red 48 0.3
Dark Fields - red 48 0.3
Bacchus - white 43 0.3
Scheurebe Seedling 88 white 43 0.3
Solaris - white 37 0.2
Cabernet Dorsa - red 35 0.2
Portuguese Blue Portugal red 32 0.2
Acolon - red 28 0.2
Merlot - red 27 0.2
Cabernet Cortis - red 23 0.1
Trollinger Blauer Trollinger, Vernatsch red 22 0.1
Cabernet Sauvignon - red 20 0.1
John - white 19 0.1
St. Laurent - red 15 0.1
Foundling - white 12 0.1
Cabernet Franc - red 5 -
Frühburgunder Blue Frühburgunder, Clevner red 5 -
Syrah Shiraz red 5 -
Palas - red 4 -
Blauer Zweigelt Zweigelt , Rotburger red 4 -
Cabernet Cubin - red 3 -
Tauberschwarz Blue Hängling red 3 -
Bronner (Variety) - white 2 -
Freisamer - white 2 -
Merzling - white 2 -
Cabernet Dorio - red 2 -
Huxelrebe - white A -
Jewel - white A -
Morio-Muskat Morio white 0 -
Blueburger - red ? -
Dakapo - red ? -
Deckrot - red ? -
Domination - red ? -
Ehrenfelser - white ? -
Dyers grape Teinturier du Cher red ? -
Heroldrebe - red ? -
Hölder - white ? -
Core Modeling - white ? -
Muscat Ottonel - white ? -
Nobling - white ? -
Orion - white ? -
Ortega - white ? -
Pearl - white ? -
Phoenix - white ? -
Rieslaner - white ? -
Rondo - red ? -
White Elbling Elbling white ? -
usual white varieties - white 19 0.1
usual red varieties - red 59 0.4
WHITE VARIETIES 8856 55.9
RED VARIETIES 6980 44.1
TOTAL 15 836 100

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