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Single location in the municipality of Westhofen (Wonnegau area) in the German growing region Rheinhessen, The first documentary mention was made in 1380. Johann Philipp Bronner (1792-1864) described in his work published in 1834 "The viticulture in the province of Rheinhessen, in the Nahethal and Moselthal" together with the situation parish the location then called "Auler" as the two best Westhofen wine locations. The centerpiece, which is called “The Aulde” on old land maps next to the “Upper Aulde” and the “Lower Aulde”, is a four-hectare area. Only about 20 hectares of the large location are considered privileged. The vineyards, which are oriented to the south-east at 100 to 200 meters above sea level and have a slope of up to 10%, now cover 96 hectares of vineyards. Rows of hills in the west and north offer protection from cold winds. The floors consist of meter-high layers of loess with hanging clay with clay and gravel sands in the underground. The Riesling, Dornfelder and Silvaner varieties are mainly grown here. The wineries, for example, have shares Erbeldinger. Horny Helmut. Groebe Friedrich. Hirschhof. Knobloch Klaus. Sander. Schwahn-Fehlinger. Winter Stefan and Wittmann Philipp,

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