Stilisierte Karte von Rheinhessen

Alsheimer Goldberg

The location was mentioned in 1523 with the name "am goldtberg". The designation of a hallway with this name rarely indicates the precious metal, but rather is an expression of general appreciation.

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Vineyard: 229 hectare Community: Alsheim Sea level: 85-90 m Exposure:
Region:
Nierstein
Region:
Kr├Âtenbrunnen
simple vineyard side:
Goldberg
Boundary:
Alsheim

soil types

Loess / Kolluvisol

Loess kolluvisol

Application of humus topsoil

Particularly rich in humus, very good rootability

Buffered, well-integrated acidity, initially closed, yellow-fruity, apple, pear, peach, chalky, smoky. Initially slim, straight with appropriate ripeness, expressive fruit, medium-strong appearance.

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Gravel, sand, clay / Rigosol

River deposits from the ice ages

Medium-sized, stony, sandy loam soil, lower storage capacity for soil water available to plants, drought stress in dry years, good permeability and aeration, poor in nutrients, neutral to acidic soil reaction, good heatability, moderately to well rootable

Pinot affinity, majority red wine, herbal-spicy smell, firm, good balance between freshness and creaminess, juicy in the mouth, dense, good pressure, exciting length, good aging potential

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