Mandelberg (single location, Germany)
Keyword: Mandelberg (single location, Germany)
Mandelberg (Einzellage Deutschland)
Quite frequent single layer name in Germany. In addition to the five described in detail below, there are situations that name in the communities Dertingen (Baden), Lonsheim (Rheinhessen), Neustadt on the Wine Route (Pfalz) and Offenheim (Rheinhessen). The origin of the name is not unique - there are at least three variants. Mandelberg may actually refer to the species or to the shape of the layer (annular). In a third variant, the designation may also be from Old High German "Mandar" the tree "pine" is derived. The latter would say that it was (previously) by a pine-capped mountain slope is (e).
Community Birkweiler (Southern Wine Route) in the region Palatine : The aligned east to southeast vineyards in 150 to 250 meters above sea level at 5 to 20% slope comprise 40 hectares of vineyards. They are to the west through the Palatinate Forest protected from winds, standing at the foot of many eponymous almond trees. The heavy bottoms are made of limestone with clay and marl, and with numerous small, white limestone covered. These store the sun's heat during the day and release it at night from the earth and vines. There are numerous fossilized marine flora and fauna. Here are cultivated mainly Riesling and Pinot Blanc. Shares in the position as the wineries have Dr. Wehrheim , Gies chaff , Eugene Schneider , Scholler Helmut and Siener - Wettstein .
Duttweiler community (Neustadt / Wine Route, Mittelhaardt-German Wine Route) in the region Palatine : The aligned south to southeast 5 to 15% with vineyards slope almost 70 hectares of vineyards on sandy loam soils include loam and lime with parts. Here is cultivated mainly the variety Riesling. Shares in a position to do as the wineries Bergdolt-Reif and Nice and Bergdolt St. Lambert .
Community Kirrweiler (Southern Wine Route) in the region Palatine : The south-facing vineyards relatively flat at 130 to 140 meters above sea level with a 5% slope comprise 9.5 hectares of vineyards. The floors are made of loess, Luvisol, lime and sand. Here are cultivated varieties, especially the Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir and Portuguese. Shares in a position to have as the wineries Bergdolt-Reif and Nice , Bergdolt St. Lambert , Erich sting and Zoeller Hermann .
Community Laumersheim (Mittelhaardt-German Wine Route) in the region Palatine : In 2009 was renamed able to Stone humpback ; See there.
Community Weinheim (Wonnegau) in the region Rheinhessen : The cover to the south and east-facing vineyard with 15 to 35% slope, 41 hectares of vineyards. The soils consist of red shale (Rotliegendes), sandstone, loess and clay with volcanic rocks in the subsurface. The best core of six acres is a sheltered south-facing slope of pure. Shares, for example, the winery Gysler Alexander .