The designation counts next to Altenberg. Herrenberg. Kirchberg. Klosterberg. Rosenberg and Sonnenberg to the most common single-layer names in Germany. A single layer called Kapellenberg occurs a total of 37 times in 8 of the 13 German growing regions.
The west-to-southwest vineyard with 30 to 45% slope encompasses almost seven hectares of vineyards on granite weathered soil. Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) Riesling and Müller-Thurgau cultured. The location is owned by the Schwab Josef winery.
The heart of the location is right below the eponymous Valentinus chapel, which was built and inaugurated in 1699 due to a miraculous event in the middle of the vineyards. Mayor Valentin Zang, who was confined to the bed by a paralysis, swore the oath to have a small chapel built if he recovered. According to legend, after two years he was "wonderfully" freed from his physical suffering. The south-facing vineyards at 180 to 260 meters above sea level with 15 to 65% slope cover 61 hectares of vineyards. The floors consist of weathered shell limestone, lime marl and clayey clay. Here is mainly the Sylvaner cultured. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Bickel-Stumpf. Bürgerspital. Kreglinger. Stahl Albrecht and Steinmann Artur,
The vineyards, which are oriented to the east-north-east to south-south-east and are between 145 and 195 meters above sea level with a slope of 15 to 25%, cover 34 hectares of vineyards. To the west, they are protected from the wind by the Haardt Mountains. The floors are made of red sandstone with clayey sands. Above all, Riesling and Pinot Noir are cultivated here. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Christmann Arnold and Ohler Johann,
The south-facing, wind-protected vineyards at 95 to 120 meters above sea level with 45% slope cover 25.5 hectares of vineyards. It was first mentioned in 1480 as “behind the capelle”. The name comes from the St. Markus chapel, which was mentioned earlier in 1364 and has since disappeared. The sunny vineyards are in the middle of World Heritage "Upper Middle Rhine Valley". The deep, skeleton-rich floors contain loess-bearing slate weathering in the sub-floor. Above all, the varieties Riesling and Pinot Noir are cultivated. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation old church. Chat Sauvage. Count von Kanitz. King Klaus & Ursula. Laquai Paul and Wilhelm Mohr heirs,
The south-east to south-facing vineyards with 10 to 35% slope cover 30 hectares of vineyards on quartz weathering soils. Above all, the Riesling is cultivated here. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Adelseck. Göttelmann and Kruger-Rumpf,
The vineyards, oriented from west to east, with a slope of 0 to 50%, cover 160 hectares of vineyards on limestone loess soils with limestone in places. The south-facing steep terraces below the honorary chapel are privileged. Here the varieties Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc are cultivated. The Michel winery, for example, has a share in the location.
There are further individual locations called Kapellenberg in the municipalities of Alf (Mosel), Alsterweiler (Palatinate), Alzey (Rheinhessen), Barnlach (Ahr), Bingen (Rheinhessen), Briedern, Bruttig-Fankel (Mosel), Ehlingen (Ahr), Eibelstadt ( Franconia), Eichelberg, Erzingen (Baden), Fürfeld (Rheinhessen), Gaibach (Franconia), Heimersheim (Ahr), Helfant-Esingen (Mosel), Kempten (Rheinhessen), Laumersheim (Palatinate), Maikammer (Palatinate), Neustadt an der Weinstrasse (Palatinate), Ober-Olm (Rheinhessen), Odernheim am Glan (Nahe), Rechberg (Baden), Rehlingen (Mosel), Rheinweiler (Baden), Rottenburg (Württemberg), Schmachtenberg (Franconia), Treis-Karden (Mosel) , Weinheim (Rheinhessen), Wendelsheim and Wurmlingen (Württemberg). In Franconia there is also a large area of Kapellenberg.