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hundred Guilder

Single location in the municipality Appenheim (area Bingen ) in the German growing area Rheinhessen, It was already mentioned in documents in 1148 when it was edited by Pope Eugene III. (+1153) was donated to the cloister Disiboden. However, the current high-quality wine name did not come into being until the 14th century, when the estate changed hands several times and large sums were paid in Rhenish gold gulden. The oriented to the southwest to south vineyards with 20 to 40% slope cover 56 hectares of vineyards, of which only 26 are planted. The core area covers 10 hectares and is one of the lime-richest locations in Germany. The soil consists of tertiary limestone in the depths, as well as limestone marly and slightly stony hammock clay in the topsoil. Here is mainly the Riesling cultivated. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Bischel Hartmut, Gres Hans-Jürgen, Hofmann Jürgen and Knewitz,

Municipalities Gau-Algesheim (Goldberg, St. Laurenzi Chapel) and Appenheim (Hundred Guilders)

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