Smallest geographical vineyard unit in Germany With origin protected Status. The wine-law term cadastral situation is just like that Single Location (the next largest legal area), but with a slightly different status. The origin of every cadastral location is always one won However, by far not all of the many hundreds of casks are classified as cadastral. In the course of Land consolidation 1971 Many of these small units have been combined into a single layer. Gates or classified cadastral layers are often characterized by special small climate and soil or site-specific character.
Since 2014, the entry in the Weinberg role possible. Prerequisite for a request is a current property map from the Surveying and Cadastre with the registered name of the vessel and the single-label name. An estate or cadastral layer can also extend over two individual layers (eg On the ley, Near). The application must be made by a winegrowing company that manages it. The name may then be for quality wines ( PDO ) together with the individual situation or the municipality am label appear. Accordingly, this can therefore be "community / single location / cadastral situation" or "community / cadastral situation". All other farms there can also optionally use these cadastral names.
in the VDP classification model are such cadastral / Gewanne due to different quality characteristics in comparison with the rest of the mostly much larger single layer often as Great location classified. According to cadastral records correspond to the usual terms in France Climat or Lieu-dit, See also lists of wing-relevant keywords under vineyards as well as wine quality levels below quality system,