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Single location in the village Malterdingen (Breisgau area) in the German region of Baden (Germany) . Coming from Burgundy Cistercian cultivated here in the 14th Century, the Pinot Noir. Of which also derives from the previously common in this area far synonym "Malterdinger" for this species. From southeast to southwest oriented predominantly terraced vineyards with 10 to 50% slope comprise 121 hectares of vineyards. The fillets of the great location, the tub Atzlenberg, and Willi mountain grave stone. The soils consist of weathered limestone with loam and loess and the iron deposits are colored reddish yellow. Here are cultivated mainly Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir. For example, the shares have wineries Holub Horst and Bernhard Huber .