Stilisierte Karte von Rheinhessen

Osthofener Kirchberg

The location was mentioned in 1325 with the name "at the kyrchberge" and 1362 "at the kirisberge". Based on the historical evidence, both the interpretation of "mountain belonging to the church estate" and "mountain with cherry trees" is possible.

facts and figures

Vineyard: 104 hectare Community: Osthofen Sea level: 120-140 m Exposure: southeast
Region:
Wonnegau
Region:
Pilgerpfad
simple vineyard side:
Kirchberg
Boundary:
Osthofen

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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Explore the area

Hiking tours
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Loesch, © Weingut Klosterhof Lösch

Winery Klosterhof Lösch

Winery Klosterhof Lösch
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© Weingut Margaretenhof

Winery Margaretenhof

Winery Margaretenhof
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© Weingut Boxheimerhof

Winery Boxheimerhof

Winery Boxheimerhof
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Castle Park in Worms, © Michael Zellmer

RheinTerrassenWeg-stage Worms - Osthofen

The access to the RheinTerrassenWeg starts at Wormser Bahnhof. He follows the river Pfrimm, like a green band through Worms. On an old railway line you reach the beginning of the RheinTerrassenWeges at the imposing castle of Herrnsheim. Its English-style castle park is an exciting counterpoint to the almost endless appearing vineyards that characterize the path around the Abenheim Sculpture Trail to Osthofen with its mountain church and the historic Weinbergshäuschen.

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