Multiple-use single-layer designation in Germany, which is derived from a former princely possession. There is a Kurfürstenberg in Waldrach (Mosel).
The vineyards, which face east to south-southwest with a slope of 30 to 60%, comprise 94 hectares of vineyards on limestone and Keuper soils. They are mostly with the varieties Sylvaner. Riesling and Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) planted. The wineries, for example, have shares Cheerful Clemens. Cheerful Michael. Sauer Horst. Sauer Rainer. Schäffer Egon. Am Lump Winery and To the swan,
The name derives from the Fürstenberg Castle built in 1219 by Archbishop Engelbert I of Cologne (1186-1225). The floor consists of weathered clay slate (Hunsrück slate). The topographically inconsistent location can be divided into three different sections. The best section facing the Rhine with a slope of 40 to 60% is to the southeast, the subsequent second section with a slope of 40 to 50% is to the southeast to east and the third section with a slope of 35% is oriented to the south-southeast. Riesling in particular is cultivated here. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Dr. Kauer. Ratzenberger. Villa Riesling and Weingart Florian,