The vineyard sites are in the truest sense of the word the basis for excellent wine. The quality of a vineyard depends on the sun’s rays, the soil, the topography, and the location—in short, the terroir.
The official single vineyards are the smallest unit for determining the origin of a wine (though there are even named sections of vineyards, or place names, that are now allowed on labels). The historic steep slate slopes of the Mosel, Saar, and Ruwer are among the internationally most famous vineyard sites in Germany. The high quality of these sites has been proven for hundreds of years.
These sites, often with old vines, have lots of slate, sun, and dry stone walls among the crags. The Riesling vines dig deep into the ground. Each vineyard gives its own unique character. The vineyard is the source of a never-ending Riesling spring.
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