Popular single vineyard designation in Germany, mostly referring to the flower in some way.
The south-facing vineyards with 5 to 25% slopes cover 22 hectares of vines. About half of it is considered privileged. The weathered rock soils are interspersed with quartzite and stony loam. The varieties cultivated here include Riesling and Pinot Noir. The Kommerzienrat P. A. Ohler winery, for example, has a share in the site.
Other single vineyard sites with this name exist in the municipalities or growing regions of Bechtheim (Rheinhessen), Edesheim, Friedelsheim (Pfalz), Gabsheim (Rheinhessen), Kapellen-Drusweiler (Pfalz), Kriegsheim, Monsheim (Rheinhessen), Obrigheim, Rhodt unter Rietburg (Pfalz), Rüdesheim (Rheingau) and Starkenburg (Mosel). In the Nahe wine-growing region there is a Großlage rose garden. See also under Rosengärtchen.
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