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Eberbach

Famous monastery of the Cistercian Order in a woody valley behind the village Eltville-Hattenheim in the Rheingau, A first settlement in this place was made by Augustinian Canons in 1116. In 1135, Cistercian monks of the mother monastery Clairvaux (Champagne) populated the area, which is considered the founding year of the monastery. Supposedly, they also brought the Pinot Noir (Pinot Noir) and other varieties with. The first construction phase of the monastery took place in the period 1145 to 1160, the second from 1170 to 1186 and the construction of the monastery building in stone was from 1190 to 1230th In the 12th century, the Taunushänge were cleared, at the beginning of the 13th century corresponded to the vineyards at the present state.

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