Framersheimer Hornberg, Ingelheimer Horn, Siefersheimer Goldenes Horn. The vineyard name with the suffix "Horn" is popular because it denotes protruding corners of a plateau. But there is ony thing that only Framersheim has: a 7-way labyrinth on the eastern tip of the Horn, built from 350 tonnes of limestone boulders. The curves there go back and forth, but never astray. At a height of about 280 metres, you can enjoy the view of the Odenwald (east), Kloppberg (south), Donnersberg (west) and Taunus with the Rhine plain (north). Clay marl forms the soil for numerous grape varieties.
> Discover the single vineyard by bike via Mühlen-Radweg.
Framersheim is the starting or end point.
> More information about the Labyrinth Square. It is freely accessible.
> On the photos you can also see: the water house (fenced)