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Bienenberg

Single location in the municipality Malterdingen (area Breisgau) in the German growing area to bathe, Coming from the French Burgundy Cistercian monks cultivated the Spätburgunder here already in the 14th century. From this derives also in this area widespread synonym "Malterdinger" for this variety. The predominantly oriented from southeast to southwest terraced Vineyards with 10 to 50% slope Tilt cover 121 hectares of vineyards. The fillets of the very inhomogeneous position by their size are the bath Atzlenberg, Grabenberg and Wildenstein. The floors are made of weathered shell limestone with loess and loess and are characterized by the iron deposits dyed yellowish yellow. Here, especially the Burgundy varieties Pinot Gris ( Pinot gris ), Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) and Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ). Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Holub Horst and Huber Bernhard,

Bienenberg - Gewann Wildenstein in single vineyard Bienenberg in Malterdingen (Baden)
Image: © Huber Bernhard

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