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Often used single layer name in Germany, which refers to the occurrence of the badger in vineyards, which digs his caves here with appropriate soil such as loess or clay.

Kaatschen-Weichau - Saale-Unstrut (Thuringia)

The southwest to west oriented vineyard with 20 to 45% slope covers 12 hectares of vineyards. The soil consists of clay and clay weathering over Keuper and Muschelkalk. Here, the varieties Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Noir ), Pinot Gris ( Pinot Gris ) Müller-Thurgau, Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) Zweigelt and Blue Portuguese cultivated. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Gussek and tooth.

Corner - Rheingau

The southwest-facing vineyards 130 to 150 meters above sea level cover 87 hectares of vineyards on red shale and quartzite soils. Here is mainly the variety Riesling grown. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Allendorf. Chat Sauvage and Hamm Karl-Heinz.

Single layer Dachsberg in Winkel in the Rheingau
© klickrhein, Frank Förster / Rheingau

Other communities

Other individual layers with the name Dachsberg exist in the municipalities and growing areas Brackenheim-Haberschlacht ( Wuerttemberg ) and Schierstein ( Rheingau ). In addition, there are the individual layers badger in Oberschwarzach ( Franconia ) and Dachsbuckel in Heidelberg ( to bathe ).

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