The Order of Cistercian At the beginning of the 14th century, winegrowing put winegrowing on the marrow Brandenburg, This covered most of the present state of Brandenburg in the northeast Germany, From the beginning of the 15th century the Hohenzollers took over the rule and promoted viticulture. In this context many electoral vineyards were created and from then on there was no lack of electoral table. Until the end of the 17th century, there were more than 100 hectares of vineyards in the Mark. At the beginning of the 18th century, it became the core province of the Kingdom of Prussia. By the founding of the GDR, Brandenburg became part of the new state, but the part east of the Oder-Neisse line came to light Poland, After reunification in 1990, the state of Brandenburg. The last vines froze in the extremely cold winter of 1955/1956, only in 1985 vineyards were again created on four hectares of vineyards in the Werder Wachtelberg.
The Werderaner Wachtelberg is located in the city of Werder on the Havel in Potsdam southwest of Berlin, The area has been a wine-growing law since 1991 for the German wine-growing area Saale-Unstrut but is geographically outside of this range. The vineyard was approved by the EU for the production of quality wines. The owned in the city of Werder vineyard covers six hectares of vineyards on deep sandy soil. It will be the white wine varieties Müller-Thurgau. Saphira. Sauvignon Blanc and Kernling, as well as the red wines regent and Dornfelder cultured. Dr. Manfred Lindicke took over the management in 1996. The expansion of the wines, however, takes place in the Landesweingut Monastery Pforta (Saalhäuser, Bad Kosen). In 2002, two wine trails with 40 white and red grape varieties were created and opened a bunch of wine. The Werderaner Wachtelberg is with 52 degrees and 23 minutes the northernmost vineyard the world as regards quality viticulture.