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Landskrone

Single location in the municipality of Heimersheim in the German growing region Ahr, The volcanic cone, on the slope of which the location is, was used as a fortress hill in the Middle Ages because of its strategic location. The name was allegedly coined in 1206 by the German King Philipp von Schwaben (1177-1208), who called the mountain "This is the country's crown". The single layer closes below Castle garden which got its name from the royal castle. The Landskrone vineyards, which face south-west to south-east and are between 80 and 170 meters above sea level with a gradient of 15 to 60%, cover 15 hectares of vineyards. The soils mainly consist of greywacke and greywacke slate weathering soils, some with sloping clay and loess. Mainly Pinot Noir and Portuguese are grown here. The wineries, for example, have shares Adeneuer. Deutzerhof. Meyer Näkel and Nelles Thomas,

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