In addition to Altenberg (Germany single layer) , Herrenberg , Chapel Hill , Mountain Monastery (single location, Germany) , Rosenberg (single location, Germany) and Sonnenberg one of the most popular individual vineyard names in German-speaking countries. In Germany, it comes in 8 of the 13 regions around 50 times before (see last paragraph then). This is the second most common Kirchberg single layer name in Germany. The reason is in many of Weinbergbesitzungen Church seen for centuries. Nine individual records in detail:
Community Beckstein (range Tauberfranken) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The cover for south-south, and in a small region to the southeast oriented vineyard with 10 to 35% slope around 90 hectares of vines on limestone soils. Here are cultivated varieties such as the M├╝ller-Thurgau and Pinot Meunier. Shares in a position to have as members of the WG Tauberfranken.
Bensheim community in the area with Hessian Mountain Road : On the top of Kirchberges is the managed house Kirchberg. The oriented to the south west of the vineyard with 10 to 30% slope covers about five hectares of skeletal-rich granite residual soil. Here is cultivated mainly Riesling. A share of the situation, for example, the estate of the town of Bensheim.
Community Bingen (Kempten) in the region Rheinhessen : The aligned south to southeast 10 to 40% with vineyards include 17 acres of vineyard slope. These rocks consist of residual soils with a very high proportion of stone and loam. Shares in the situation, for example, the winery COUNT THE RHINE .
Community Castell (range Steigerwald) in the region Franconia : The aligned northwest to east vineyards with 10 to 30% slope for 25 hectares of vineyard soils on Keuper. Here Silvaner and Riesling are cultivated. Shares have, for example, the wineries Harald Br├╝gel , Princely Castell'sches Dom├Ąnenamt and Mario Hofmann .
Community Hatzenport (Cochem area) in the region Moselle : The south-facing vineyards in 80 to 200 meters above sea level with 70% slope comprise 5.2 hectares of vineyards. The soil consists of reddish-sandy and sandy shale with quartzite inclusions of iron (hematite) with a high stone content. On one of the terraces is the late Gothic Church of St. John. Above all, is cultivated here the Riesling. For example, the shares have wineries Ch W. Bernard , Gietzen Albrecht and Heymann-Lowenstein .
Community Istein (range Markgr├Ąflerland) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The cover to the southwest to south-facing vineyards in 260 to 360 meters above sea level with 10 to 40% slope 37 hectares of vineyards. The predominantly shallow soils consist Kalkverwitterungslehm (rendzina) with Jurassic limestone. Here mainly the varieties Chasselas, Pinot Blanc, Riesling and Pinot Noir are grown. Shares in the winery district of location for example, have Markgr├Ąflerland and Schlossgut Istein .
Community Oberrotweil (Kaiserstuhl area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The cover mainly to the south and a terrace area to the southeast to southwest oriented vineyard 260 meters above sea level in 200 to 10 to 30% gradient, 3.3 hectares of vineyards. They consist of extremely rich volcanic rock weathering and soil with low L├Âssauflage Kalkeinschl├╝ssen. The location is sheltered to the north through a forest. Here are cultivated especially Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc and Muscat. Shares in a position to have such wineries Franz Keller and Salwey .
Community Schelingen (Kaiserstuhl area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The north-west to east oriented mainly comprise terraced vineyards to 390 meters above sea level with 20 to 50% slope, 50 hectares of vineyards. The soils from weathered volcanic rocks are overlapped partially with loess. There are also pure L├Âsslehmbereiche. The location was in the course of land consolidation expanded strongly in 1971. The historical origin exists an impressive range of animals and plants with bee-eater, Red-backed Shrike and orchids. Here are cultivated especially the Pinot varieties. A share of the situation, for example, the winery Schatzle and Gregory Thomas .
Community Schmieheim (Breisgau area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The aligned southeast to southwest vineyards of up to 30% slope comprise 42 hectares of vineyards on L├Âsslehmb├Âden with yellow limestone. As the best area is the Won "lime kiln". A share of the situation, for example, the winery Schw├Ârer Lothar.
The other municipalities with a single vineyard called Kirchberg: Astheim (CHF), Barbelroth (Palatinate), Bingen and Kempten (Rheinhessen), B├Ânnigheim (W├╝rttemberg), castles (Mosel), Eckelsheim (Rheinhessen), Edenkoben (Palatinate), Efringen churches (Baden), Esslingen (W├╝rttemberg), free-Laubersheim (Rheinhessen), Freudenthal (W├╝rttemberg), Gab home (Rheinhessen), Gleishorbach, Gleiszellen (Palatinate), God (Baden), Gro├čfischlingen and Kleinfischlingen (Palatinate), Hackenheim (Rheinhessen), Hohenhaslach, Hohenstein (W├╝rttemberg), Huttingen, Istein (Baden), Kirchheim (W├╝rttemberg), Kirchhofen (Baden), Koenen (Mosel), King Home, K├Ânigshofen, Kraichtal, Lipburg (Baden), Moselkern (Mosel), M├╝nchweier, Ober├Âwisheim, Obert├╝rkheim (W├╝rttemberg), Osthofen (Rheinhessen), reed, Sachsenheim (W├╝rttemberg), St. Martin (Palatinate), Udenheim (Rheinhessen), Uettingen (CHF), Unter├Âwisheim (Baden), Veldenz (Mosel), Waldb├Âckelheim (Middle), Wallenburg ( bathing) and W├╝rzburg-Heidingsfeld (CHF). In the region Franconia there is also a major site Kirchberg. In Austria, there are some Riede called Kirchberg. In Alsace , there are the two Grand Crus Kirchberg de Barr and Kirchberg de Ribeauvill├ę .