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means hell

Single location in the community Johannisberg in the German growing area Rheingau, Hell, located to the west of the famous Johannisberg Castle Hill, was praised in 1180 as the "hero in monte sancti Johannis". The name derives from "heroa" for heap or steep slope. Until the 1930s there were also layers names on the Höll, Fischerhöll, Höllenkopf and Untere Höll, of which, however, are only the middle hell and the subsequent much larger hell left free. The oriented to the south-southwest vineyard with 10 to 30% slope covers 6.5 hectares of vineyards on rocky-gravel loess clay with quartzite in the underground. Here only the Riesling is cultivated. The location is the sole property of the winery GH from Mumm,

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