Popular single-layer name in Germany, which is mostly related to soil type. In addition to the below described in detail there are more in the communities and farming areas, Bad Durkheim (Palatinate), Bad Kreuznach (Nahe), Beilstein (Württemberg), Bollschweil (Baden), Dalheim (Rheinhessen), Gröst (Saale Unstrut), Gunter Blum (Rheinhessen), Michel Bach (CHF), and Partenheim Wackernheim (Rheinhessen).
Community Durbach (Ortenau area) in the region of Baden (Germany) : The oriented to south-south-west-north-west of the vineyard with 20 to 60% slope covers nearly eight acres of vines on granite residual soil. Here are the Pinot varieties Klingelberger (Riesling) and Mukateller cultivated. Shares in a position to have as members of Durbacher winegrowers and the winery Alfred Huber.
Had home community in the region Steinberg Rheingau : Since 1971, Steinberg district within the meaning of wine law, therefore no additional mention of the name Hattenheim, but on the bottle label appears only "Steinberger" on. The Steinberg is perhaps the most famous location in Germany and was the favorite wine of the mountain Cistercian monastery of Eberbach . The Steinberg was already in 1211 listed in the Commodity Code "Oculus Memorie" and by this time was fenced with stone walls. Back then it was probably only around the upper, steep and rocky part of the current situation. The nearly three kilometers long and three to five meters high wall is provided with a slate roof. It covers the entire vineyard, and was largely built in 1766 under Abbot II Adolph Werner of Salmünster (Abt 1750-1795). Originally, they should fend off thieves grapes, protecting them from infiltrating cold air, giving the vineyard a climatic special position. In 1836 it was extended to the "little stone mountain."
The cover to the south and south-oriented vineyards in 133-235 meters above sea level with 15 to 35% slope, 37 hectares of vineyards. The medium to deep soils consist of sandy to clayey loam, with the top of rocky grusigem slate. They have a high water storage capacity . Here, 95% Riesling is cultivated. Within the location there are two sub-areas. The first is the ten-piece in the middle slope, where grow the best dry Rieslings. The second is a trellis system along the inside of the wall, from which the heat is radiated back. The wines vinified from here will be declared on the label as "Steinberger wall of wine". At the auctions (auction) in 2002 in Kloster Eberbach achieved a Steinberger Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Cabinet on the vintage 1937 with € 5,150 the maximum price. The situation is wholly owned by the Hessian State Wine Domains .
Niedernhausen community located in the area near : The covers to the southwest to south-facing vineyard at 145-230 meters above sea level with 25 to 55% slope, eight hectares of vineyards. He is well protected against cold west wind. The floors are made of skeletal-rich porphyry with sparse and very high Lössauflage namensgebendem stone content. This is mainly cultivated varieties Riesling. A share of the situation, for example, the winery Well Hermannsberg .