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smallest vineyards & vineyards

As a rule, superlatives such as biggest, best and most beautiful are mentioned in the corresponding hit lists. In contrast, the following list mentions the minimum records in viticulture:

  • smallest vineyard of Wien (Austria) with 170 m² = 0.017 ha
  • smallest single vineyard in Germany: Kreuzwingert (Piesport, Mosel) with 0.1 ha
  • second smallest single vineyard in Germany: Sonnenuhr (Neumagen, Mosel) with 0.38 ha
  • third smallest single vineyard in Germany: Gärkammer (Walporzheim, Ahr) with 0.7 ha
  • smallest appellation in France: La Romanée (Burgundy) with 0.83 ha
  • second smallest appellation in France: Château-Grillet (Rhône) with 3.5 ha
  • smallest DOC in Italy: Fara (Piedmont) with 5 ha
  • second smallest DOC in Italy: Verduno Pelaverga (Piedmont) with 11 ha
  • third smallest DOC in Italy: San Martino della Battaglia (Lombardy, Veneto) with 25 ha
  • smallest AVA in the USA: Cole Ranch in Mendocino County (California) with 25 ha
  • smallest winegrowing region in Austria: Bergland Österreich with 80 ha
  • smallest wine-growing region in France: Lorraine with 125 ha
  • smallest wine-growing region in Germany: Hessische Bergstrasse with 427 ha
  • smallest DAC region in Austria: Eisenberg with 499 ha
  • smallest region in Italy: Aostatal with 500 ha

kleinster Weingarten - Wien Schwarzenbergplatz - 170 m²

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