Famous wine-growing village (Bernkastel area) in the German wine-growing area Moselle . It includes about 1,200 inhabitants. They used to be called "Dusemond", where the name of the coming of the Roman name of a vineyard as "dulcis mons" (Latin for "sweet mountain") is derived. In 1925 it was renamed in order to promote the famous locations in Brown Mountain. The total vineyard area is over 300 acres. Here are Brauneberger including the two famous documents and Juffer sundial Who already emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) was one of the jewels of the Moselle region. The name "Juffer" comes from the vineyard owned by nuns of the Franciscan monastery. In common parlance, the "gray sisters" rather pejoratively as "Juffen" (similar to "priests" for male clergy) refers. According to another version of the name is derived from three unmarried, or "maiden" retarded daughters from a former owner - are in the Moselle-Franconian dialect "maiden" as "Juffen". The other individual locations in the community are Chamber (single location, Germany) , Monastery Garden (single location, Germany) Almond and ditch.