Single location in the village Wachenheim (range Mittelhaardt-German Wine Route) in the German wine-growing area Palatine . Maybe the name is due to a previous owner, because according to a deed of 1499 has assigned Philip von Bechtolsheim his cousin Grympel (declining to Grimbald first name) of this parcel. In other documents, the situation is referred to as "Crumpel", "Kr├╝mpell" and "Gr├╝mbel", which is also an explanation for the "friable soil" (Letts = clay) permit. The aligned south to southeast vineyards in 120 to 180 meters above sea level with 15 to 20% slope comprise 13 hectares of vineyards. The soils consist of clayey sandstone weathering, which are interspersed with marl. Here is cultivated mainly of Riesling. For example, the shares have wineries Joseph Biffar , B├╝rklin Wolf , JL Wolf , Georg Mosbacher , and Emil Zimmermann .