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single vineyard in the municipality of Enkirch (Bernkastel area) in the German Moselle wine-growing region. The original name derives from the fact that the vineyard was laid out from 1841 to 1846 with countless dynamite charges to achieve the best slope and orientation towards the sun. This was done on the initiative of Carl August Immich, who founded the Immich-Batterieberg vineyard, in whose sole ownership the site still remains today. In the Prussian site classification carried out in 1868, plots were classified in the highest class. The vineyard, which faces west to southwest and has a slope of 20 to 60%, covers only one hectare of vineyards on stony clay-slate weathered soil with some clay inclusions. Only the Riesling variety is cultivated here, using the Moselle stake method (single-pole training).

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