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Klosterberg (single location Germany)

Along with Altenberg, Herrenberg, Kapellenberg, Kirchberg, Rosenberg and Sonnenberg, this designation is one of the most frequent single layer designations in Germany. It occurs a total of 30 times. The name is derived from the fact that many vineyards were formerly owned and cultivated by various Roman Catholic monasteries or the church.

Ostritz - Saxony

The vineyard, which faces south to south-east and has a slope of 15 to 40%, covers just under one hectare of vines. The medium-grade weathered soil with granite content is partly interspersed with sandstone and clay layers. This is the most eastern vineyard area in Germany.

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