A single vineyard designation that occurs several times in Germany, derived from a former princely estate. There is a Kurfürstenberg in Waldrach (Mosel).
The east to south-southwest facing vineyards with 30 to 60% slopes cover 94 hectares of vines on shell limestone and Keuper soils. They are mainly planted with the varieties...
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