The name counts beside Altenberg. Herrenberg. chapel hill. Kirchberg. Rosenberg and Sonnenberg to the most common single layer designations in Germany. It occurs a total of 30 times. The name derives from the fact that many vineyards were formerly owned by various Roman Catholic monasteries or the church were and were farmed by these.
The oriented south to southeast vineyard with 15 to 40% slope covers just under a hectare of vineyards. The medium-sized weathered soil with granite parts is partially crossed by sandstone and clay layers. It is the easternmost vineyard in Germany.
The monastery mountain probably belonged to a nunnery, which was located on the site of today's monastery Machern. The oriented from southeast to south vineyard in a small side valley in 210 to 240 meters above sea level with 30 to 60% slope covers 12 hectares of vineyards. Riesling and Pinot Blanc are cultivated on the stony, partly clayey slate weathering soil. Shares have z. For example, the wineries Berres. Dr. F. Weins-Prum. Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler. Joh. Jos. Prüm. Loose-Bockstanz and Molitor,
Other single layers called Klosterberg exist in the communities Bechtolsheim (Rheinhessen), Bengel (Mosel), Bermersheim before the height (Rheinhessen), Bruchsal (Baden), Hohenhaslach, Horrheim (Württemberg), Kiedrich (Rheingau), Laubenheim (Rheinhessen) , Lehmen (Mosel), Mainz (Rheinhessen), Maring-Noviand, Merl (Mosel), Nieder-Olm (Rheinhessen), Norheim (Nahe), Oberheimbach (Middle Rhine), Oestrich (Rheingau), Osthofen (Rheinhessen), plates (Mosel ), Ruedesheim (Rheingau), Saarburg (Moselle), Schäftersheim (Württemberg), Schleich, Sehndorf, Springiersbach, Traben-Trarbach (Moselle), Varnhalt (Baden) and Wiltingen (Moselle).