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Popular single-layer designation in the German growing region Moselle where they are six times in the parishes Brauneberg, Maring-Noviand, Neumagen, Pommern, Wehlen and Zeltingen occurs. The name partly refers to sundials in the layers and probably also to the sunny conditions.

Brauneberg (Bernkastel)

See below Juffer sundial,

Neumagen-Piesport (Bernkastel)

The vineyard, which faces south-southwest, is one of the smallest in Germany. It covers only 0.38 hectares of vines with exclusively Riesling on stony, loamy clay slate weathering soil. The location is in the monopoly of the winery Imperial Count von Kesselstatt,

Pomerania (Cochem Castle)

The south-facing vineyards with 15 to 60% slope Tilt cover 19 hectares of vineyards. Above all, Riesling is cultivated on the stony, greywacked soils with a high proportion of fine earth. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Reinhold Fox. Schneider's Moritz and Borders Ewald,

Wehlen (Bernkastel)

The place was already mentioned in 893. In 1842, Jodocus built Prüm (1807-1876) from the famous Wehlener dynasty of wine, two large sundials in the vineyards of the municipalities of Wehlen and Zeltingen (see below), in order to be able to read the time of day there. At that time there was no sundial, there were about ten different names in this area. From the beginning of the 20th century, the name gradually became established. At the same time, a suspension bridge was built to enable the winemakers to work on the situation on the other side of the Moselle.

Sundial - Wehlen (Bernkastel, Mosel)
Left: By Roger Wollstadt, CC BY-SA 2.0 , link

The vineyard was originally only eight hectares in size, but in 1954 the almost equivalent four neighboring corridors grandchildren, Feinter, Quärtchen and Werttspitz were added. As a result, the location now covers almost 45 hectares of vineyards on the right side of the Moselle between Graach and Zeltingen. The south-facing terraced vineyards are located at 110 to 195 meters above sea level and have a slope of 65 to 70%. The medium-sized Devonian slate weathering soil has a high proportion of rock and a good water balance. The highest parts of the location are considered the best. This is where Riesling is mostly grown Single pile education cultured. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Privy Councilor J. Wegeler Heirs. Dr. Loosen. Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler. Dr. F. Weins-Prüm. Joh. Jos. Prüm. Kerpen. Max Ferd. judge. Molitor. SA Prüm. Imperial Count von Kesselstatt. Schaefer Willi. Schmitges. Selbach-Oster and Studert-Prüm,

Zeltingen (Bernkastel)

The south-southwest facing vineyards at 110 to 160 meters above sea level with 55 to 70% slope cover 40 hectares of vineyards on medium-sized, stony, slate-weathered soils. The Riesling variety is mainly cultivated here. Jodocus's Prüm (1807-1876) built sundial is in the won Lammeterlay. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Molitor. Philipps-Eckstein. Joh. Jos. Prüm. Schömann Martin and Selbach-Oster,

Sundial - Zeltingen (Bernkastel, Mosel)

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