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21.01.2019

Kirchenstueck

… five vineyards are outstanding, the Kirchenstück is generally known as the best. The rich soils are a mixture of sandy clay and loam with fragments of limestone and basalt. Its nine acres of Riesling…

21.01.2019

Sonnenberg

… best of which are from the Kammerberg, a tiny, steep site situated across the border. Thanks to the soil structure – a pure layer of limestone underlies a mixture of lime-rich marl and clay – and excellent…

21.01.2019

Rotenberg

… of Burg Altenbaumburg, directly faced by the Rotenberg site. Its name “red hill” derives from its soil – Rotliegendes, a mixture of weathered, clayish red slate and sandstone, whose iron oxide content…

21.01.2019

Drachenfels

… above sea level. Although weathered slate is predominant throughout the Mittelrhein as a whole, the soils of Drachenfels are distinctive for their trachyte content, a light-colored volcanic rock that has been…

21.01.2019

Osterlaemmchen

… Osterlämmchen is a sloping to very steep site that consists of stony slate and weathered graywacke soils. It has a southeast to southwest exposure. Up until 1965, the site consisted of 35 ha. It considerably…

21.01.2019

Hoellenberg

… in some parcels are very old and/or clones imported from Burgundy; a small portion are ungrafted. The soils are weathered phyllite slate and Taunus quartzite – both of which lend the wines a distinct mineral…

21.01.2019

Moenchberg

… to the Neckar River in northern Bad Cannstatt (Zuckerle, Halde) are planted in shell-limestone soils. Weathered soils consisting of keuper, gypsum, marl, and various types of clay (sometimes mixed with…

16.01.2018

900_Auf-einen-Blick_englisch_12_01_2016.pdf

… thus maintain their fruity acidity while developing natural sugars and absorbing minerals from the soil. The succession of warm days and cool nights in autumn fosters the development of incomparably rich,…

16.01.2018

Oechsle_Englisch.pdf

… themselves were convinced of. Since then, German wine has gained an equally worthy image on home soil. You need to understand that for a long time only wines from other countries such as France and Italy…

16.01.2018

825_Silvaner_engl.pdf

… temperatures needed to produce Eiswein. Silvaner is even more demanding than Riesling in terms of soil. The terroirs that bring forth the best of Silvaner are almost always associated with Franken’s great…