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Rausch (single layer Germany)

Single location in the municipality of Saarburg (Saar area) in the German growing region Moselle, It is about a First position of VDP, The name has nothing to do with the condition after excessive wine consumption, but is derived from the old dialect name "Rusche" for rubble or scree. The vineyards in the western part facing south-southwest, and in the area of the cone facing south to southeast in 180 to 300 meters above sea level with 30 to 60% slope incline comprise 12 hectares of vineyards. One area in the central slope is called "Franzens Knüppchen". The stony soils consist of greywacke and weathered Devonian slate with basalt (diabase) and reddish hostile soil. Riesling is mostly grown here. The Appel wineries, for example, Dr. Heinz Wagner. Forstmeister Geltz-Zilliken and Molitor,

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