Dienheimer Falkenberg
Stilisierte Karte von Rheinhessen

Dienheimer Falkenberg (Falcon’s hill of Dienheim)

Once owned by the counts: limestone-rich vineyards for elegant wines

Birds of prey certainly fly their courses here, but they are not the origin of the name. Above Dienheim lies the "Falkenberg" vineyard. The name probably goes back to the "Counts of Falkenstein". In 1423, the mayor and council of the town of Oppenheim had jurisdiction over the Dienheim field parcel. From 1429 to 1497, Oppenheim belonged to the Counts of Falkenstein. So the people of Dienheim were also subjects of the counts. The Falkenberg stands for fine-fruited, elegant wines from various grape varieties. The subsoil of the loess beds contains loam and lime. The best way for hikers to discover the vineyard is by hiking the RheinTerrassenWeg and resting at the Falkenberghütte.

  • To the further single location of Dienheim: Tafelstein
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg
Dienheimer Falkenberg

facts and figures

Vineyard: 17 hectare Community: Sea level: 140-190 m Exposure: east
Region:
Nierstein

soil types

Marl / pararendzina

Lime-rich loams and sands; Tertiary sea deposits

Deep, calcareous clay soil with a high proportion of swellable clay, lower storage capacity for soil water available to plants, limited water permeability and ventilation, nutrient-rich, very calcareous, moderate warmability, difficult to root through

Dense, powerful, full-bodied, expressive, balanced acidity, sustainability and intensity through fruit, melting and opulence. Juicy, exotic aromas in white wines, mango, honeydew melon, apricot. Dark fruit aromas, smoky spiciness in red wines

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Zum Klausenberg

Zum Klausenberg

Restaurant; Kitchen: fine cuisine, good middle-class
Tip: dishes that are not on the menu, according to the cook's recommendation; Burgundy Days April - October
Price category for a main course of the evening menu: up to 18 EUR

Seats: inside 100, closed Gesell. possible, sep. room 50
Hot food: Lunch Fri, Sat 12 noon - 2pm, Sun 11am - 3pm, 5 - 12pm
Open Rheinhessen wines: 16
Actions: Winter: Rotweintage with menu, Spring / Summer: Burgundy days with menu

Distance to the bus stop: 0 m, distance to the railway station: 5 km, private parking lot, in-house bus parking, credit card payments required, reservation required, pets allowed

In a cozy ambience, the guests will find in the restaurant "Zum Klausenberg" the ideal setting for an enjoyable evening. In addition to the good bourgeois up to the upscale cuisine, visitors can enjoy wines from the local winemakers for their meals. An adjoining room is ideal for celebratory events such as family celebrations.

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