Keyword: Berg Roseneck
Single location in the town of RÃ¼desheim in the German wine-growing region Rheingau . It lies between the layers and stone dragons under the coppice. At the core of the area come out with wild roses, rose hips and Schlehenhecken covered granite rocks, which gave the position of the (former) name "Rose Bush". The vines have been created around the year 1200 and originally writhed in hundreds smallest and narrowest terraces up the hill. Only in 1700 were eliminated, the mule tracks and roads built with upslope walls. Through the land consolidation from 1970 to 1985 the area was saved by the construction of paved roads and spacious terraces. There are parts of the roof hole, oak trees, light path, cat hole, Spess, couple, court and Ramstein. The south-facing vineyards in 160 to 200 meters above sea level with 30 to 50% slope comprise 24 hectares of vineyards. They are through the Taunus ridge very well protected from winds. The lime stone and from weak to strong soils consist of shale and quartzite, with inclusions of loam and loam. Here is the Riesling but also cultivated Pinot Noir. For example, shares have Allendorf , Georg Breuer , Dr. Corvers-cautery , Dr. Henry NÃ¤gler , Councillor J. Wegeler heirs , Hessian State Wine Domains , Eser Johannishof , Kesseler , Johannes Leitz and Balthasar Ress .