Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
Keyword: Schlossberg (single location, Germany)
Schlossberg (Einzellage Deutschland)
Frequent single layer name in Germany. It is derived mostly from one (no more, if any) from stately building atop a hill.
Community Achkarren / Oberrotweil (Kaiserstuhl area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The upper part beneath the ruins HĂ¶hingen was converted in 1819 by blowing up the steep rock walls in vineyards. The cover in the form of four amphitheatres west to south-east, but mostly south-facing vineyards at 190 to 320 meters above sea level with 20 to 80% incline 80 hectares of vineyards. The great location is divided into four areas: Bohemian mountains, bush hill, castle hill and mountain snails. The floors are made of dark, weathered skeleton-rich volcanic rocks, some of artificially applied by human hands LĂ¶ssauflage. In some areas the soil is so thin that the vine poles had to be set in concrete. Here mainly the varieties Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Riesling and Silvaner are grown. Shares in the position as the wineries have augites , Dr. Heger , Baron von Stein DC , Franz Keller and Winzergenossenschaft Achkarren .
Castle church laity in the production area Near : This is a historic location. The south-facing vineyard with 5 to 40% slope comprise 15 hectares of vines on clay loam soil. Here, Riesling and Pinot varieties are cultivated. Shares in a position to have as the wineries Joh Bapt. Shepherd and Pieroth .
Community Castell (range Steigerwald) in the region Franconia : Here once stood the two original castle of the Counts of Castell. Around the year 1266 was a count's property division, and in the deed of division was the first time the main Casteller vineyards mentioned. From the 16th Century castle is now only receive a stair tower. The south-facing, southwest and west boiler-shaped vineyard 390 meters above sea level in 300 to 40 to 70% slope covers 4.5 hectares of vineyards. The erosion-prone blue-gray on the surface soils consist of Keuper gypsum, marl and calcareous mudstone with intercalations of grusigem alabaster. Here are the varieties Silvaner, Riesling and Rieslaner be cultivated. The location is the sole owner of the winery Princely Castell'sches DomĂ¤nenamt . In the mid-lower slopes of Castle Hill is the location Reitsteig .
Community Diersburg (Ortenau area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The south-east to south-west consists of a boiler in the form of targeted vineyard with 20 to 60% slope, 3.8 hectares of vineyards on skeletal-rich granite and gneiss residual soil. The location is in sole possession of the estate of Baron Roeder Diersburg.
Community Durbach (Ortenau area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The aligned southeast to west-northwest vineyards in 220 to 370 meters above sea level with 15 to 80% slope comprise 33.5 hectares. The soils consist of weathered granite and are interspersed with some porphyry, gneiss, and loess. The famous old Won Klingelberger with 2.5 hectares of vines in the vineyard is wholly owned by Margrave of Baden Castle Staufenberg. It was in the course of land consolidation in 1971 not because of the small size reported as a single location. A related application has been made, however, and it is to be expected in the near future, a positive decision (March 2009). Here are the varieties Riesling (Klingelberger), Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Traminer, Muller-Thurgau, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are grown. Shares in a position to have, the two wineries Counts Metternich'sches Wolff Vineyard and Margrave of Baden (Weingut Schloss Staufenberg).
Erbach, in the growing region Rheingau : The name was first on the land consolidation created in 1971. The south-facing vineyard 115 meters above sea level in 80 to 12% with up slope covers six hectares of vineyards. The position starts at the top of the winery Castle Reinhartshausen , in his sole possession of it is, and continues west towards Hattenheim, where the situation Marcobrunn borders. For the Rhine, it is protected by trees. The profound LĂ¶sslehmbĂ¶den have a good Water storage capacity . Here, the Riesling is cultivated.
Municipality of Freiburg (Breisgau) in the region of Baden (Germany) : Due to its strategic location, the vineyard was in past centuries the scene of fierce battles over again. The French Sun King Louis XIV (1638-1715) was responsible for his defeat of fortress builder Vauban Freiburg his hillside mighty bulwarks build. The remains of old castles and bastions now serve more peaceful purposes, the stones were used to construct walls that support today, the small terraces of the castle hill. The south-facing vineyard with 20 to 70% slope covers five hectares of vineyards on weathered gneiss soil. Here are the varieties Auxerrois, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Sylvaner and Pinot Noir are grown. Shares in a position to have such wineries State Winery of Freiburg and Andrew Stigler .
Community Hall Castle (Main area triangle) in the growing area in Franconia : The name refers to the Castle Hall, Castle. The south-south-facing vineyard with 20 to 40% slope comprise 30 hectares of vineyard soils on Keuper. They are protected by a wood, and walls. Here only the cultivated varieties are Riesling and Sylvaner. The location is the sole owner of the winery Schloss SchĂ¶nborn .
Community Hecklingen (Breisgau area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : On the historic Schlossberg was the ruin Lichteneck been scientifically proven in 1492 viticulture. The aligned from west to south-east vineyards with 0 to 80% slope comprise 68 hectares of vineyards. The skeleton-rich, yellowish limestone soils are interspersed with loess clay. As a privileged area is six acres in the steep slopes. It mainly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varieties cultivated. A share of the situation, for example, the winery Bernhard Huber .
Community Klingenberg (range Mainviereck) in the region Franconia : The situation is under monument protection. The south-south-west oriented to the southwest after vineyards in 120-230 meters above sea level with 50 to 90% slope comprise 27 hectares of vineyards. They are divided into two bath high mountain in the western section and Schlossberg below the castle. The spectacular steep terraces supported by dry stone walls 4,000 feet long. The floors are made of weathered red sandstone and red clay in places. Despite the sandy nature, they have a good Water storage capacity . Here is cultivated primarily of Pinot Noir. Shares in a position to have as the wineries Prince Rudolf and Wolfgang Kuehn.
Lorch municipality located in the area Rheingau : the southwest-facing vineyard with 100 to 200 meters above sea level with 30 to 50% slope comprise 17 hectares of vineyards. The rising to the position of the Rheingau mountain forest protects against extreme cold air. The soils consist of weathered shale, which is often interspersed with loess and quartzite. Here are cultivated mainly Riesling and Pinot Noir. Shares in a position to have as the wineries Altenkirch , Graf von Kanitz and Kesseler .
Community Neipperg (range WĂĽrttembergisch lowlands) in the region WĂĽrttemberg : The Castle Mountain is located below the family seat of the family and Neipperg was a result of deforestation in the 13th Century created the first time. The foot of the castle from the south to southwest, at the crest of the upstream slope to the west and the central tendency for south-south-to SĂĽdsĂĽdosten oriented vineyards in 250 to 320 meters above sea level with a slope to 5% on the high plateau, and 30 to 65% in the terraces and in the central tendency include approximately 24 hectares of vineyards. The climate is particularly favored the plot "fillet" in the eastern central part of the slope. The floors are made of gypsum Keuper with some loess, and in the higher pitches, and on the plateau of weathered sandstone reeds. There are cultivated varieties Lemberger, Riesling and Muscat. The location is in sole possession of the estate Count Neipperg .
Community Neuweier (Ortenau area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The oriented south to southwest vineyard in 180 to 220 meters above sea level with 40 to 60% slope covers about three hectares of vines on porphyry floor. Here only the Riesling is cultivated. The situation borders on the best plots of the position Wall Mount . It rises in terraces just behind the Castle Neuweier with the same winery, in his sole possession of it is located.
Community Ortenberg (Ortenau area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The oriented to the west south-east vineyard below the chateau with 10 to 65% slope covers nearly nine acres of vines on flachgrĂĽndigem, sandy granite soil weathering. The situation is almost the sole owner of the winery . Small parcels are owned by less cooperative winery and the vineyard jasmine jaw.
Community under Rhodt Rietburg (Southern Wine Road area) in the region Palatine : The aligned south to southeast 5 to 25% with vineyards slope encompass 70 acres of vineyards. This is an inhomogeneous layer with floors of granite weathering rock, weathered sandstone, Permian, limestone, loam and sand. Here are cultivated varieties including Riesling, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Muller-Thurgau, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Portuguese and Dornfelder. Shares in a position such as the wineries have LergenmĂĽller , MĂ¶wes and Waldkirch .
Community Staufen / Grunern (range MarkgrĂ¤flerland) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The aligned northwest to northeast vineyards with 0 to 40% slope comprise 46 hectares of vineyards on skeletal LĂ¶sslehmbĂ¶den rich. The best plots are located below the castle facing south. Here are cultivated varieties, especially the Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Shares in a position to have as members of the cooperative of Staufen and the winery Wiesler Michael .
In the German wine-growing region Rheingau , there is a situation Berg Schlossberg . In the French Alsace grand cru vineyards exist called Schlossberg (Alsace) and Wineck-Schlossberg .