Where mountains stand out and Pinots feel at home
The vineyard was first mentioned in a document in 1570 with the name "am Horn". The term "Horn" is a common designation for protruding mountains. Like the horns of a billy goat or roebuck. Following the tradition of the red wine town, the single vineyard Ingelheimer Horn is home to complex and elegant Pinot Noirs and other Pinot varieties. At the foot of the Mainzer Berg, above Ober-Ingelheim. Loess, stony and sandy loam soil as well as numerous limestones are characteristic for the vineyard, which extends up to 250 metres above sea level.
> To the other single vineyard sites of Ingelheim: Höllenweg, Pares, Rotes Kreuz and Schloss Westerhaus
> Compare the namesake, the single vineyard Siefersheimer Horn
> To the hiking trails in Ingelheim https://www.ingelheim-erleben.de/wanderwege-in-ingelheim/0