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Weingut Martin

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  • Vineyard-area 15 hectare

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Weingut Martin
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Hauptstraße 38 55288 Armsheim

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Straußwirtschaft Weingut Martin

Innenansicht Weingut Martin

Straußwirtschaft Weingut Martin

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Ensheimer Kachelberg

Ensheimer Kachelberg

Of ships, vineyard towers and vine diversity

Middle High German always has surprises in store: Kachel is derived from "kocke" and means a broad ship with a rounded front. The roundish shape of the hill evokes associations with this comparison. The location was first mentioned in a document in 1442 with the name "in kachelberge". In the middle of the hill: the newly built Ensheim vineyard tower - like a mast on a ship! From there you have a magnificent view of southern Rheinhessen, as far as Odenwald and Pfälzerwald. The winegrowers cultivate a variety of vines on limestone and marl.

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The location was mentioned in 1462 with the name "off the giershalden" and 1592 "Geigersberg". In the Middle Ages birds of prey were called vultures. The name of the location is due to the occurrence of this species.
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Armsheimer Goldstückchen

Armsheimer Goldstückchen (Gold piece of Armsheim)

"You're a real piece of gold!" That's what, in Germany, we sometimes call our loved ones. An expression of appreciation. It is the same with this single vineyard site: the high esteem of the site is expressed in this vineyard name. It was first mentioned in 1462 with the name "im goltale". A wide variety of vines grow on sand and clay marl.

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