Popular single vineyard designation in Germany
. It probably refers mostly to a viticulture already in "Roman times" at the beginning of the era. In addition to the one listed below in detail, there is a Römerberg in the municipalities/cultivation areas Alsheim, Alzey, Badenheim (Rheinhessen), Bingerbrück (Nahe), Burgen (Mosel), Dorn-Dürkheim, Engelstadt, Essenheim (Rheinhessen), Gutenberg, Merxheim, Münster (Nahe), Nehren, Nennig (Moselle), Oberheimbach (Middle Rhine), Oberbillig, Riol (Moselle), Rheinbrohl (Middle Rhine), Senheim (Moselle), Waldböckelheim and Weiler (Nahe).
Community of Badenweiler
(Markgräflerland area) in the Baden
production area: The vineyards, which are mainly oriented towards the south and on the edge towards the west, at an altitude of up to 370 metres above sea level with a slope gradient of 10 to 50%, comprise 12 hectares of vineyards on calcareous, loamy sandy soil. Amongst others, the Riesling and Pinot Noir varieties are cultivated here. The Blankenhorn
wineries, for example, have their share.