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Single location in the community of Ihringen (Kaiserstuhl area) in the German growing region to bathe, The Winklerberg forms the southern foothill of the Kaiserstuhl. Her doctor Ernst Georg Lydtin earned great merit in the cultivation. This acquired part of a former Dolorit quarry in 1813 and planted vineyards. In the course of time, the tree was continually cleared and the site was partially fortified with retaining walls up to eight meters high. The Winklerberg, which is completely protected against the cold north winds, is considered the warmest German location with an almost subtropical climate. This was done by Professor Dr. Karl miller (1881-1955), the head of the Wine Institute Freiburg in the period 1928 to 1932 determined by on-site investigations. The west-northwest to southeast, as well as in the steep terraces mostly southwest facing in 190 to 295 meters above sea level with 0 to 80% slope include 117 hectares of vineyards. The situation was changed in the course of Land Consolidation considerably expanded and is quite different due to its size. Volcanic weathering soils with silicate inclusions predominate in the historic Winklerberg, while loess soils predominate on the high plateau. Above all, the Burgundy varieties are cultivated. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Dr. Heger. Brothers Müller. Karle Gerhard. Pix Reinhold and Stigler Andreas,

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