Very common name for Rieden (Locations) in German-speaking countries. It mostly has nothing to do with the precious metal, but symbolically points to the good quality of the wines grown there or high yield out. In Austria there are at least nine with this name:
The vineyard was mentioned as a document in the 14th century. It is like the reindeer Hochberg part of the old wine mountain "Biiri". The west-facing vineyards with mostly lime-rich sandy and clay soils are limited in the north by the Gleißbach. Red wines such as Blaufränkisch and Cabernet Sauvignon cultured. The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Heinrich Johann. Igler Josef. Kirnbauer Walter. Pfneisl. Reumann Josef and Strive Monika,
The vineyard is located on the Parndorfer Platte in northern Burgenland. The soils formed from old Danube sediments consist of sandy loam with calcareous gravel in the upper area, as well as sand in the subsoil. Weathered iron oxides cause the reddish-brown color. The vineyard, gently oriented to the northeast, comprises 45 hectares of vineyards. Here are mainly the red wine varieties St. Laurent, Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) Blaufränkisch. Zweigelt and Syrah, as well as the white wine varieties Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) and Sauvignon Blanc grown. The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Achs Paul. Axle Werner. Bruckner Helmut. Gsellmann Andreas. Gsellmann Siegfried. Nittnau's brothers. Preisinger Georg. Preisinger Helmut. Rommer Michael. Schmelzer Horst and Georg. Szigeti. Wendelin Andreas and Wendelin Paul,
The soils of the vineyards alternate between loess and black earth, in the upper area there are marl and conglomerate inclusions. Here are mainly the white wines Green Valtellina and Chardonnay, but also the red wine varieties Zweigelt and Pinot Noir (Pinot Noir). The wineries, for example, have shares Farmer close to natural viticulture. Diwald Karl. Diwald Martin. Schuster Karl and söllner,
The between the three well-known wine-growing communities Mörbisch, St. Margarethen and Rust lying reed was first mentioned in 1382 as Golthperg. The long, gentle eastern slope has deep brown earth floors with slate in the ground. The upper part is protected from the wind by an adjacent forest. Here are the varieties Riesling, Blaufränkisch , Cabernet Sauvignon and Zweigelt grown. The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Grenzhof-Fiedler and Rebhof summer,
The vineyard is divided into an Upper Goldberg and a Lower Goldberg. It is exposed to very strong sunlight and is therefore at great risk of damage due to drying. Mainly the varieties Sauvignon Blanc, Grüner Veltliner, Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent are grown here.
The hillside, which is protected by nature, has mostly mica slate soils in the upper area, where Riesling is mainly grown. Loamy sand dominates in the lower area, here the Blaufränkisch cultivated. The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Braunstein Birgit. Monastery at the Spitz. Prieler Georg and Summer Franz,
In Austria there are such in the Lower Austrian wine regions Kremstal in the two communities Hollenburg and Stein-Krems (in the latter there is also a large Goldberg location) as well Thermenregion in the community of Reisenberg . In Germany there are at least 7 of the 13 growing areas with a total of over 30 individual layers with the designation Goldberg, The name is one of the most common location names.