As always in Rheinhessen, this name comes from the southern position of the vineyards.
The location was named after the ruin Landskron.
The name of the site indicates a scenic location in which many walks were.
The location was mentioned in 1348 with the name "An der Bunden". This name contains the Middle High German word biunde and is a term for private property.
The layer designation is based on the castle Oberstein of the lords of Oberstein.
The naming is based on a manor of the Wilhelmer monastery to the Reymern (St. Remigius).
The location was mentioned in 1346 with the name "uf der steygen". The underlying word here is medium Hochdeitsch rising = steep rise.
This location is an old table good. The table goods were intended for the maintenance of the noble landlord.
The location was mentioned in 1750 with the name "im Rosengarten". The rose gardens can point to a natural growth. Often, however, they point to early medieval burial places.