The name counts beside Altenberg. Herrenberg. Kirchberg. Klosterberg. Rosenberg and Sonnenberg to the most common single layer designations in Germany. A single location called Kapellenberg occurs in 8 of the 13 German growing areas a total of 37 times.
The west to southwest aligned vineyard with 30 to 45% slope covers nearly seven hectares of vineyards on granite weathered soil. Here Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) Riesling and Müller-Thurgau cultivated. The location is the sole possession of the winery Schwab Josef.
The centerpiece of the location is directly below the eponymous Valentinus Chapel, which was built in 1699 on the basis of a miraculous incident in the midst of the vineyards and inaugurated. The Frickenhäuser Mayor Valentin Zang, who was tied to the bed by a paralysis, vowed in the case of his recovery to take the oath of having a small chapel built. According to legend, after two years he was "miraculously" freed from his physical suffering. The south-facing vineyards in 180 to 260 meters above sea level with 15 to 65% slope cover 61 hectares of vineyards. The soils consist of weathered shell limestone, limestone marl and clay loam. Here is mainly the Sylvaner cultivated. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Bickel-Stumpf. Bürgerspital. Kreglinger. Steel Albrecht and Steinmann Artur,
The oriented to Ostnordost to Südsüdost vineyards in 145 to 195 meters above sea level with 15 to 25% slope include 34 hectares of vineyards. To the west, they are sheltered by the Haardtgebirge. The floors are made of red sandstone gravel with clayey sands. Above all, Riesling and Pinot Noir are cultivated here. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Christmann Arnold and Ohler Johann,
The south-facing wind-protected vineyards in 95 to 120 meters above sea level with 45% slope include 25.5 hectares of vineyards. It was first mentioned in 1480 as "behind the chapel". The name comes from the earlier mentioned in 1364, now defunct St. Mark's Chapel. The sunny vineyards are in the middle of World Heritage "Upper Middle Rhine Valley". The deep, skeletically rich soils contain loessy weathering in the subsoil. Here, especially the varieties Riesling and Pinot Noir are cultivated. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries old church. Chat Sauvage. Count of Kanitz. Laquai Paul and Wilhelm Mohr heirs,
The oriented to the southeast to the south vineyards with 10 to 35% slope cover 30 hectares of vineyards on quartz soils. Here, especially the Riesling is cultivated. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Adelseck. Göttelmann and Kruger-Rumpf,
The west to east aligned vineyards with 0 to 50% slope cover 160 hectares of vineyards on calcareous loess soil with locally limestone. Privileged are the south-facing steep terraces below the Ehrentrudiskapelle. Here, especially the varieties Spätburgunder, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc are cultivated. For example, the winery Michel has a share in the situation.
Other individual layers called Kapellenberg exist in the communities Alf (Moselle), Alsterweiler (Palatinate), Alzey (Rheinhessen), Barnlach (Ahr), Bingen (Rheinhessen), Briedern, Bruttig-Fankel (Mosel), Ehlingen (Ahr), Eibelstadt ( Franken), Eichelberg, Erzingen (Baden), Fürfeld (Rheinhessen), Gaibach (Franconia), Heimersheim (Ahr), Helfant-Esingen (Mosel), Kempten (Rheinhessen), Laumersheim (Palatinate), Maikammer (Pfalz), Neustadt an der Wine Route (Pfalz), Ober-Olm (Rheinhessen), Odernheim am Glan (Near), 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 location Kapellenberg.