See below hell,
Name or part of the name of numerous individual documents in German-speaking countries. Examples of the second are Good Hell, Hahnhölle, Höllenberg, Hellfire, Hell's Path, Hell's Way, Cat's Hell, Long-Hell, Main hell, Muckerhölle, Ritterhölle, Schlosshölle, Schönhölle, Hell and Würzhölle. The name has less to do with the place of terror, but derives mostly from the Old High German "hero" for heap or steep slope comparable to the English "Hill" from. But it can also point to climatically hot conditions.
The oriented to the southeast vineyard with 5 to 25% slope covers 66 hectares of vineyards on heavily changing soils with predominantly hanging debris, which are mixed with lime, Tonmergel, loamy sand and sandy loam. Here is mainly the variety Riesling cultured. Shares in the situation have for example the wineries Argus Peter. Minghe's Theo. Sauer Heiner and St. Annaberg,