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Popular single-layer name in Germany, which appears next to the bottom four in the details listed are in the following communities / growing areas: Aspisheim (Rheinhessen), Castle Layen (Middle), Dreis, Francis Home (Mosel), Gau-Algesheim, leaves home, Mainz (Rheinhessen), Mertesdorf (Mosel), Return (CHF) and Zotzenheim (Rheinhessen).
The term "Johannisberg" in the German wine-growing region Rheingau has several meanings, which often leads to confusion. A hamlet in the town Geisenheim called "Johannisberg". Behind it lies the famous castle, the domain of the vineyard Schloss Johannisberg is one. This winery is also the same historic vineyard (location) "Schloss Johannisberg" around the mountain. And last but not least is "Johannisberg" also the name of the only area in the region Rheingau. A close relationship to the story also has the Johannisberg vineyard GH Mumm .
Community Radebeul (Naundorf NiederlĂ¶ssnitz, Zitzschewig) in the region Saxony : The situation has been created by combining the previously separate vineyards, Jacob Stein, Johannisberg, Krapenberg, Paul Berg, Talkenberg, Wackerbarth, Wettin height and Zechstein. The southwest-facing vineyard with 5 to 15% slope comprise 40 hectares of vines on granite weathering soils with sand at the bottom. Here are the varieties MĂŒller-Thurgau, Riesling, Pinot Blanc, are Pinot Gris, Traminer grown, Kerner, Pinot Noir and Scheurebe. Shares in the situation, the wineries HoflĂ¶Ănitz , Wackerbarth , WG and WG NiederlĂ¶ssnitz Zitzschewig.
Community ThĂŒngersheim (Main area triangle) in the region Franconia : The aligned northwest-southeast to west through vineyards with 5 to 60% slope comprise 130 hectares of vineyards on limestone soils. Here are cultivated including Sylvaner, MĂŒller-Thurgau, Riesling and Pinot Noir. For example, the shares have wineries Bickel Stumpf , hard-private estate , Juliusspital and Thomas Schwab .
Wallhausen community in the German-growing area near : It is one of the oldest documented proven vineyards in Europe, which consists of a list of goods Baron von Dalberg of the 12th Century is apparent. The first findings but go back to Roman times already. The south-facing vineyard at 210-280 meters above sea level with 10 to 60% slope covers nearly seven acres of vineyards in GrĂ€fenbachtal, a tributary of the lower close. The floor consists of a purple red, calcareous conglomerate, volcanic gravelly loam to stony-colored sandstone (Rotliegendem). Here are cultivated mainly Riesling and Pinot Noir. The sometimes very old vines are rooted deep and 20 meters in Rotliegendem. A share of the situation, for example, Prince of Salm-Dalberg'sches winery .