Keyword: Berg Schlossberg
Single location in the town of RÃ¼desheim in the German wine-growing region Rheingau . The name refers to the castle, built in 1211 Ehrenfels, the vineyards were laid out around the same time. These were long in possession of Kurmainzer rule. The ruins of the castle has been destroyed in 1689 after an arduous climb through the steep terraces a unique vantage point on the "Binger Loch" as designated Rhine bend. From here, the four regions the Middle Rhine, Nahe, Rheingau and Rheinhessen are in view. The extremely narrow terraces were previously used to be managed even in arduous manual labor. In the years 1970 to 1985, a land consolidation , invested with the routes and greater space between the spacious terrace walls were created. The south-facing vineyards in 90 to 170 meters above sea level with 5 to 70% slope comprise nearly 22 hectares of vineyards. The deep, rich soils of weathered quartzite skeletal shale with red slate bearings have a high heat storage capacity. In hot years, it can lead to water shortages. Above all, here is Riesling and Pinot Noir also cultivated. For example, the shares have wineries Georg Breuer , Dr. Corvers-cautery , Dr. Henry NÃ¤gler , Councillor J. Wegeler heirs , GH Mumm , Hessian State Wine Domains , Kesseler , Crown (Assmannshausen Winery) , John Leitz , Balthasar Ress , Schloss SchÃ¶nborn and Thilo Strieth .