Assmannshäuser Höllenberg
Thanks to their microclimate and soil composition, the Assmannshausen sites are particularly well-suited for the cultivation of Spätburgunder in the Rheingau. The grape variety has continuously proved its value there for a millennium. Among the Assmannshausen sites, Höllenberg, with its steep exposure and high proportion of slate in the soils, is considered to be the finest red wine vineyard.

Category: Classified vineyard
Total size of vineyard: 37.0 ha (91.4 acres)
Surface owned by Balthasar Ress:   0.1 ha (0.25 acres)
Grape variety:   Pinot Noir / Spätburgunder
Exposure / Slope:   south to southwest, 50-65%
Soil:   Coarse, stony, gritty clayish slate with mixtures of loess-loam and weathered Taunus quartzite. Medium-deep to deep slate-phyllite soils.




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02. February 2015
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02. February 2015
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