Dalsheimer Hubacker
Stilisierte Karte von Rheinhessen

Dalsheimer Hubacker

Of hooves and limestone rocks - a Riesling prime vineyard

In the past, farmers farmed their land with horses or oxen. The term "Hufe" or "Huffe" was a unit of measurement for a piece of land. In 1490, it was noted that 5 Hufen were worth 5 Mausi (a payment). The term "Hube" developed from "Hufe". In 1610, the location "am Hubacker" was mentioned in a document for the first time. Here Riesling grows on loess, clay marl and limestone rock. Expressiveness, filigree, minerality and ripeness potential at the highest level! In 2000, the Keller family of winegrowers built a 6.5-metre-high limestone tower there. A beautiful destination for an excursion!

Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker
Dalsheimer Hubacker

facts and figures

Vineyard: 23 hectare Community: Sea level: 190-220 m Exposure: South to southeast
Region:
Wonnegau

soil types

Loess / Pararendzina

Loess Pararedzina

Wind deposition of calcareous dust in the ice ages

fertile, deep, light loam soil, clayey silt, very good storage capacity for plant-available soil water, adequate aeration, nutrient-rich, calcareous, moderate warmability, good rootability, high growth potential

Yellow-fruity aromas, apple, peach, pear, citrus, delicately fruity, slim, refreshing, gentle acidity, medium-strong structure, juicy elegant, drinkable early, tasty charm, uncomplicated complexity, fruity, cheerful expression

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