LANGENLONSHEIM is a village in the Lower Nahe region of Germany.


LANGENLONSHEIMER BERGBORN South-eastern hillside location on the western edge of the village. Heavy, deep soil of some clay, loam and gravel.

LANGENLONSHEIMER KÖNIGSSCHILD In the middle of the vineyards of Langenlonsheim lies the Königsschild, one of the best locations in town. South slope, where the sun can shine in optimally throughout the day. The sub-soil is tertiary era shell limestone [Muschelkalk] with clay-rich loess, partially interspersed with gravel. Ideal for growing the Riesling grape. The Pinot Noir also appreciates this top location. See Weingut im Zwölberich.

LANGENLONSHEIMER LAUERWEG Plateau-like in front of a protective forest area. The mineral-rich, gritty clay soil is ideal for the cultivation of Riesling. See Weingut im Zwölberich.

LANGENLONSHEIMER LÖHRER BERG Classsified as a Erste Lage or Grand Cru in the Prussian tax register. The Löhrer mountain represents a whole mountain ridge, which pulls in the northeast of our municipality from the forest to the near. The ridge is characterized by terraced gravel; the sloping steep slopes down to the slope foot reach from red sandstone weathering soil in the west to the heavy, very nutritious clay soil at the eastern edge. Here, the sun’s energy is stored throughout the day and ensures a balanced, special microclimate and optimal year-round water supply. See Weingut im Zwölberich.

LANGENLONSHEIMER ST ANTONIUSWEG Flat site in the southwest of Langenlonsheim. Rich, deep loam loess soil, which gives the wines strength and body. See Weingut im Zwölberich.

LANGENLONSHEIMER STEINCHEN The biggest vineyard site in Langenlonsheim. South-eastern slope. Deep, sandy loam soil, fruity, elegant wines. The Langenlonsheimer Steinchen consists of the following sections. See Weingut im Zwölberich.