Popular single-vineyard designation in the German Mosel wine-growing region, where it occurs six times in the municipalities of Brauneberg, Maring-Noviand, Neumagen, Pommern, Wehlen and Zeltingen. The name refers in part to sundials present in the sites and probably also to the sunny conditions.
See under Juffer sundial.
This south-southwest facing vineyard is one of the smallest in Germany. It comprises only 0.38 hectares of vines planted exclusively with Riesling on stony, loamy clay-slate weathered soil. The site is monopolistically owned by the Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt winery.
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