A single vineyard designation that occurs several times in Germany. In addition to those listed below, there is another such single vineyard in the municipality of Dainbach (Baden).
The vineyards, which face north-northwest to north-northeast, but predominantly south, are partly terraced and have slopes of 10 to 40%. They cover 166 hectares of vineyards. The soils consist of weathered shell limestone with calcareous loess loam and partly sand. Here, mainly the Pinot varieties are cultivated. The Dreher Florian, Hinn and Huber Bernhard wineries, for example, have shares in the site.
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