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Vineyard

: Rotenberg
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Vineyard

: Herrenweg de Turckheim
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Vineyard

: Kefferberg
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Vineyard

: Holder
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Vineyard

: Rosenberg
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Vineyard

: Bildstoeckle
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Vineyard

: Fronholz
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Vineyard

: Bricco delle Viole
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Vineyard

: Senftenberger Pellingen
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Vineyard

: Tres Girard
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Vineyard

: Côtes de Jouan
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Vineyard

: Fourchaume
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Vineyard

: Beauroy
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Vineyard

: Clos de la Grand'Cour
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Vineyard

: Dhroner
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Is not a vineyard, but virtually all vineyards of the village Dhron. On weinlagen-info

Vineyard

: Dhroner Hofberger
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Vineyard

: Les Charmes
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Vineyard

: Clos les Farges
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Vineyard

: Les Moriers
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Vineyard

: Clos de la Roilette
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Vineyard

: Les Maillons
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Vineyard

: Les Pierrières
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Vineyard

: Les Roises
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Vineyard

: La Haute-Lemblé
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Vineyard

: Oberhäuser Brücke
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Here you can see why the Brücke is so prone to Botyrtis and Eiswein.

jht: The eponymous Brücke ("Bridge"), also called the 'Leitpoldbrücke', that connects Oberhausen and Niederhausen, has very interesting local connotations, joining a 'Catholic' (Bavarian) town with a 'Protestant' town (Prussian), from south to north respectively. So it actually crosses the boundary between two former German kingdoms and is named for King Leopold of Bavaria. The vineyard below the bridge along the Nahe river was actually part of the Niederhauser Hermannsberg, but was divided off from it and switched municipal 'allegiances' at the behest of the Donnhoff family, that is really the result of a Catholic-Protestant marriage. And the Donnhoffs really do bridge all that is good and fine in the Nahe valley. This vineyard is especially fine for making Botrytis wines and Eisweins. A section of the vineyard is especially planted so that it is easier to harvest an Eiswein here, and some of the most brilliant Eisweins in Germany have been made here, such as the 1998, the 2001, and the 2002 ones. It is often possible to make more than one marketable Eiswein here in a good year for it; the resultant wines, such as the 1998s, are named after the day of the week upon which they were harvested. The 'Montag' of that year is one of the most highly desired great rarities of the German series. When there is more Eiswein than can be used commercially, or that doesn't have the specific character the Donnhoffs look for in these wines, it is used in the other wines from this vineyard, that are often erroneously called 'declassified'. Often the best Eisweine in this series are the Auction wines, late-offered usually at Bad Kreuznach, have gone for tens of thousands of Euros a bottle.

This is Alleinbesitz (wholly-owned) to the Donnhoffs. jht
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