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Mönchsberg (single vineyard Germany)

A common name for a single vineyard in the German-speaking world, usually derived from a vineyard run or owned by a monastery (monks). See also under Mönchberg.

Markelsheim - Wuerttemberg (Kocher-Jagst-Tauber)

The south-southwest facing vineyards with 20 to 30% slopes cover 44 hectares of vines on shell limestone soils. Members of the WG Weingärtner Markelsheim own shares in the site.

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There are other single vineyards named Mönchsberg in the Württemberg municipalities of Bad Mergentheim and Elpersheim (Kocher-Jagst-Tauber), as well as Brackenheim and Dürrenzimmern (Württembergisch Unterland).

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