The designation counts next to Altenberg. Herrenberg. chapel hill. Kirchberg. Klosterberg and Rosenberg to the most common single-layer names in Germany. A Sonnenberg comes in almost all of them growing areas 80 times in total, making it by far the most common name. "Sun" is included as a component in many other layer names. This is not surprising, since it plays the best possible exposition (Sun exposure) during the growth cycle of vine an important role.
The south-southeast facing vineyards with 20 to 30% slope cover 24 hectares of vineyards. The partially skeleton-rich floors consist of loamy sand to clayey loam. Here are mainly the varieties Riesling. Traminer. muscatel. Müller-Thurgau. Cabernet Dorsa. Pinotin and Frühburgunder cultured. The winery, for example, has a share in the location Thuringian winery Bad Sulza,
The vineyards, which face south-southwest to northeast with a slope of 0 to 40%, cover 150 hectares of vineyards on gypsum keuper and reed sandstone soils. Due to the size it is a very inhomogeneous position. The high-quality areas are those that are south-southeast facing and sheltered from the wind bath Scales and stone turnips. The winery, for example, has a share in the location Dautel,
The south-facing (from which the name is derived) vineyards with a slope of 10 to 25% comprise 78 hectares of vineyards mainly on deep loess and loess soils. The best plots are in the middle. This is where the variety comes in Riesling cultivated, The two wineries, for example, have shares in the location Baron Langwerth von Simmern and HJ Ernst,