List of Mosel vineyards

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The Mosel wine region, located almost entirely in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, with a small part in Saarland, is one of the 13 regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality wine in Germany defined in the federal wine legislation. For each of the quality wine regions, the state where the vineyards are located keeps a formal vineyard roll (Weinbergsrolle) which lists all formally recognised vineyards of the region, with detailed surveying maps defining the geographical extent of each vineyard. Thus, the full list of Mosel vineyards in fact consist of separate lists in two German states. These lists defines which geographical designations may appear on the wine labels under the principles set down by the national wine law. The lists includes single vineyard designations (Einzellagen), which are grouped together into collective vineyards (Großlagen). Both single and collective vineyard designations are used together with village names.

The state of Rhineland-Palatinate lists the following vineyards.[1] The vineyards are listed by district (Bereich) broadly from west to east, in the downstream direction of the river Moselle.

District Moseltor[edit]

The following vineyards are definied for Moseltor.[2]

Single vineyard designation Collective vineyard designation Comment
Village name Vineyard name Village name Vineyard name
Perl Hasenberg Perl Schloß Bübinger
St. Quirinusberg
Sehndorf Marienberg
Klosterberg
Nennig Schloßberg
Römerberg

District Obermosel[edit]

Single vineyard designation Collective vineyard designation Comment
Village name[3] Vineyard name Village name Vineyard name
Igel Dullgärten Mesenich Königsberg
Pilgerberg
Langsur Brüderberg
Held
A part of the Großlage Königsberg is not part of any Einzellage
Nittel Blümchen Nittel Gipfel
Leiterchen
Rochusfels
Hubertusberg
Kapellenberg
Oberbillig Hirtengarten
Römerberg
Onsdorf Hubertusberg
Palzem Kapellenberg
Schloß Thorner Kupp
Carlsfelsen
Lay
Rosenberg
Tawern Schleidberg
St. Georgshof
Wasserliesch Albachtaler
Reining auf der Burg
Wellen Altenberg
Wincheringen Burg Warsberg
A part of the Großlage Gipfel is not part of any Einzellage

District Saar[edit]

Single vineyard designation Collective vineyard designation Comment
Village name[3] Vineyard name Village name Vineyard name
Ayl Herrenberger Wiltingen Scharzberg
Kupp
Scheidterberg
Irsch Sonnenberg
Kanzem Hörecker
Sonnenberg
Altenberg
Ritterpfad
Kastel-Staadt Maximiner Prälat
Konz Herrenberg
Liebfrauenberg
Pulchen
Steinberger
Unterberg
Urbelt
Altenberg
Fels
Kirchberg
Auf der Wiltinger Kupp
Euchariusberg
Hofberg
Karthäuser Klosterberg
Agritiusberg
Hütte
Karlsberg
Raul
Rosenberg
Ockfen Bockstein
Geisberg
Pellingen Herrgottsrock
Saarburg Antoniusbrunnen
Bergschlößchen
Schloßberg
Fuchs
Klosterberg
Kupp
Rausch
Laurentiusberg
Stirn
Schoden Geisberg
Herrenber
Saarfeilser Marienberg
Serrig Antoniusberg
Heiligenborn
Herrenberg
König-Johann-Berg
Kupp
Schloß Saarsteiner
Schloß Saarfelser Schloßberg
Vogelsang
Würtzberg
Wawern Goldberg
Herrenberger
Jesuitenberg
Ritterpfad
Wiltingen Braune Kupp
Braunfels
Gottesfuß
Hölle
Klosterberg
Kupp
Rosenberg
Sandberg
Schlangengraben
Schloßberg
Scharzhofberg Does not have to display any village name
Part of the Großlage Scharzberg is not part of any Einzellage

District Ruwertal[edit]

The following single vineyard sites are definied for Ruwertal.[4] There is no collective vineyard site (Großlage) in Ruwertal.

Single vineyard designation Collective vineyard designation Comment
Village name Vineyard name Village name Vineyard name
Morscheid Heiligenhäuschen
Dominikanerberg
Waldrach Ehrenberg
Hubertusberg
Jesuitengarten
Jungfernberg
Krone
Laurentiusberg
Meisenberg
Sonnenberg
Heiligenhäuschen
Doktorberg
Kurfürstenberg
Kasel Herrenberg
Hitzlay
Kehrnagel
Nies'chen
Paulinsberg
Timpert
Dominikanerberg
Korlingen Laykaul
Lorenzhof Felslay
Mäuerchen
Mertesdorf Johannisberg
Herrenberg
Maximin Grünhaus Abtsberg Maximin Grünhaus is the name of a wine estate rather than a village. It technically fills the role of a village name in the vineyard list, in order to allow this historical estate to display vineyard name in combination with estate name without having to mention the actual village name (Mertesdorf).
Bruderberg
Herrenberg
Sommerau Schloßberg
Trier Sonnenberg
Maximiner
Eitelsbach Marienholz
Karthäuserhofberg

District Bernkastel[edit]

District Burg Cochem[edit]

A Kabinett level German Riesling from the Himmelreich vineyard located in village of Graach.
Single vineyard designation Collective vineyard designation Comment
Village name[3] Vineyard name Village name Vineyard name
Bruttig-Fankel Götterlay Cochem Goldbäumchen
Cochem Bischofsstuhl
Herrenberg
Hochlay
Klostergarten
Pinnerkreuzberg
Schloßberg
Sonnenberg
Briedern Rüberberger Domherrenberg .
Sennheim .
Ellenz-Poltersdorf .
Altarberg
Kurfürst
Ernst Feuerberg
Kirchlay
Klotten Brauneberg
Burg Coreidelsteiner
Rosenberg .
Pommern .
Goldberg
Sonnenuhr
Zeisel
Moselkern Kirchberg
Rosenberg
Übereltzer
Müden Funkenberg
St. Castorhöhle
Treis-Karden Dechantsberg
Juffermauer
Münsterberg
Alf Burggraf Grafschaft
Herrenberg
Hölle
Kapellenberg
Katzenkopf
Kronenberg
Bremm Calmont A part of the vineyard is located in Ediger-Eller
Laurentiusberg
Schlemmertröpfchen
Frauenberg A part of the vineyard is located in Neef
Abtei Kloster Stuben
Bullay Brautrock
Graf Beyßel Herrenberg
Kroneberg
Sonneck
Ediger-Eller Bienenlay
Elzhofberg
Engelströpfchen
Feuerberg
Höll
Osterlämmchen
Pfirsichgarten
Schützenlay
Kapplay
Stubener Klostersegen
Neef Petersberg
Rosenberg
Nehren Römerberg A part of the vineyard is located in Senheim
Sankt Aldegund Himmelreich
Klosterkammer
Palmberg-Terrassen
Zell - A part of the Großlage is not part of any Einzellage
Burglay-Felsen Zell Schwarze Katz
Domherrenberg
Geisberg
Kreuzlay
Nußberg
Petersborn-Kabertchen
Pommerell
Marienburger
Römerquelle
Rosenborn
Adler
Fettgarten
Klosterberg
Königslay-Terrassen
Stephansberg
Sonneck

References[edit]

  1. ^ Landwirtschaftskammer Rhineland-Pfalz, accessed on June 14, 2009
  2. ^ Saarländische Moselweinfest, accessed on June 14, 2009 (German)
  3. ^ a b c Currently, some of these names are the names of the Gemeinden where the vineyard is located rather than the actual village name as indicated on the wine label. The searchable online vineyard list of Rhineland-Palatinate unfortunately does not indicate where another name than the official Gemeinde name is used.
  4. ^ Ruwer-Riesling e.V.: Weinlagen, accessed on June 14, 2009