With the roots deep in the rock
There are few crops that grow as well on rock as the grapevine. Its powerful roots can penetrate meters deep. The single vineyard "Frei-Laubersheimer Fels" takes its name - of course - from the geological conditions. Clay marl and loess meet rhyolite and quartz porphyry rock. The wines, whether white or red, are characterized by the minerality of the rock and have a very good aging potential. Frei-Laubersheim is known for its half-timbered idyll. The Hiwweltour Eichelberg leads past the village. However, the single vineyard is located on the other side of the village, in the direction of Hackenheim.
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Vineyard-area: 52 hectare
Sea level: 165-260 m