Binger Schwarzenberg

The location was first documented in the 17th century with the name "Schwartz Gewann". The name goes back to the predominantly dark color of humus rich soil.

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Vineyard: 53 hectare Community: Sea level: 95-110 m Exposure: West

soil types

Loess / Kolluvisol

Loess kolluvisol

Application of humus topsoil

Particularly rich in humus, very good rootability

Buffered, well-integrated acidity, initially closed, yellow-fruity, apple, pear, peach, chalky, smoky. Initially slim, straight with appropriate ripeness, expressive fruit, medium-strong appearance.

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