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Cock (single layer Germany)

Single location in the community Bacharach near the Loreley in the German growing area middle Rhine, The name probably derives from "Hain", which means a hedge or a forest parcel describes. The second version is the origin of the former monastery Hane, which once owned the vineyard. The oriented south and south-southeast vineyard in 90 to 200 meters above sea level with 55 to 65% slope covers nearly six hectares of vineyards, which extend directly on the banks of the Rhine in a side valley. The heat-storing floors are made of dark, weathered Devonian slate with a high proportion of rock. Under the vineyard, roofing slate was mined until 1936. Due to the low Water storage capacity is an artificial one irrigation (Droplet irrigation) required. In the lower area Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) and above Riesling cultivated. The location is in overwhelming extent owned by the winery Toni Jost Hahnenhof,

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