Name or partial name of numerous individual documents in the German speaking countries. Examples of the latter more are good hell, hell, cock, hell mountain, hell fire, hell path H├Âllenweg, cats, hell, hell long, Main hell , Muckerh├Âlle, hell knights, castle hell, hell, nice, and hell before W├╝rzh├Âlle. The name derives from the Old High German are often "Helda" for stockpiling or steep slopes. He can also point to hot climatic conditions.
Community Gleisweiler (Southern Wine Road area) in the German wine-growing area Palatine : The south-facing vineyard with 5 to 25% slope covers 52 hectares on highly variable soils with predominantly hillslope, which are mixed with lime, marl, clayey sand and sandy loam. Shares in a position such as the wineries have Peter Argus , Theo Minges , Heiner Sauer and St. Annaberg .
Community of Hochheim (range Johannisberg) in the German wine-growing region Rheingau : Up to the 13th Century the situation was in possession of the Cologne cathedral chapter, which in 1273 the congregation Hocheim with "land and people" to the cathedral chapter, the Mainz sold. Includes the south towards the main river-oriented vineyard in 75 to 100 meters above sea level of up to 30% slope, 44 hectares of vineyards. The diverse soils consist primarily of loess and loess loam with some gravel and clay marl interspersed. Above all, we planted here the Riesling. Shares in a position such as the wineries have Dean Werner'sches winery , Heaven Emmerich , Artist Gunter and Schloss Sch├Ânborn .
Community Johannisberg (Johannisberg area) in the German wine-growing region Rheingau : The situation was already mentioned in 1180 as "Helda in Monti Sanctis John". Adjoining it is the small location Means hell . The judge ended up out to the south southwest vineyard 150 meters above sea level of up to 30% slope covers 19 hectares. The soils consist of medium to deep, stony, gravelly loam and loess. Here is cultivated mainly of Riesling. Shares have, for example, the wineries Anchor Mill , Dr. Corvers-cautery , Councillor J. Wegeler heirs , GH Mumm and Ezer Johannishof .
Community Wiltingen (Saar area) in the German wine-growing area Moselle : The covers for S├╝ds├╝dosten to south-facing vineyard with 30 to 60% slope, 1.5 hectares of vineyards on gray slate floor. Here the variety is grown exclusively Riesling. The location is the sole owner of the winery United hospices .
Are two individual documents called hell there in the wine-growing communities Alf (Mosel), Alsenz (Middle), Alzey-Weinheim (Rheinhessen), Castle Layen (Middle), Eckenroth (Middle), Gulden (Middle), Hammerstein (Lower), Heddesheim (Middle), Nierstein (Rheinhessen), Saulheim (Rheinhessen), Schierstein (Rheingau), and Sprendlingen W├Âllstein Wonsheim (Rheinhessen). In Austria, there are several vineyard called hell.