Single location in the municipality of Schloßböckelheim (large location Burgweg) in the German growing region Near, The vineyard slope is the rubble heap of the rocks above, from which the name is derived. The south-west to south-facing vineyard at 130 to 200 meters above sea level with 25 to 60% slope Tilt covers 11 hectares of vineyards. The floors are made of weathered volcanic rock, porphyry, rocky-gritty clay and a lot of fine earth. The rock belt in the back of the slope provides excellent protection against cold falling winds. This is where the variety comes in Riesling cultured. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Dönnhoff Hermann. Dr. Crusius. Hehner-Kiltz. Imperial Count von Plettenberg and Schäfer-Fröhlich,
There are two more individual layers called Felsenberg in the Nahe wine-growing region in Duchroth-Oberhausen (large-scale Burgweg) and Eckenroth (large-scale castle chapel).
Picture: © Gut Hermannsberg