Wein-Kult Tour bei Stammheim / Wine Cult-Tour in Stammheim

Wein-Kult Tour bei Stammheim / Wine Cult-Tour in Stammheim (HM2NCH)

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N 49° 54.283', W 10° 11.616'

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Als einziger Kolitzheimer Gemeindeteil liegt
Stammheim direkt am Ufer des Maines.
Daher prägt der Weinbau den malerischen 0rt.
An den meist westlich ausgerichteten Talhängen
gedeihen die Rebstöcke auf Verwitterungsböden
des Muschelkalks. Vor rund 225 Millionen Jahren
lagerte ein flaches Meer mächtige Kalkschichten ab.
Die Oberfläche des Gesteins verwandelte sich
mit der Zeit in steinige, oft flachgründige Böden,
die die Wärme der Sonne lange speichern.

Stammheim selbst zeigt die typischen Strukturen
eines alten fränkischen Winzerdorfes: Schmale Höfe
reihen sich an der Straße zwischen Fluss und Talhang.
Seit Mitte des 13. Jahrhunderts ist für Stammheim
auch eine Kirche verbürgt. Dabei handelte es sich
um einen Vorgängerbau der heutigen Pfarrkirche
St.Batholomäus, die erhöht am südlichen Ortsende steht.
Den Ortskern beherrschen das historische Rathaus,
- ein Fachwerkgebäude aus den Jahren 1604 bis 1606 -
und das Alte Amtshaus, in dem wechselnde Dorfherren
von den Einwohnern ihren Weinzehnt kassierten.
An die Kelter, die hier stand, erinnert das Dorfwappen.

Ganz besondere Einblicke in die Weinbautradition
der



Gemeinde Kolitzheim verspricht seit 2013
ein zertifizierter Genuss-Wein-Wanderweg:
Auf 17 Km Länge führt die Wein-Kult Tour
durch Zeilitzheim, Lindach und natürlich Stammheim.-

(English translation:) Stammheim is the only part of the Kolitzheim Municipality that lies directly on the banks of the Main River. Therefore, it is viticulture that shapes this picturesque place. On the mostly western-oriented valley slopes, the vines thrive on soils of weathered limestone. About 225 million years ago, a shallow sea deposited thick layers of limestone. Over time, the surface of the rock turned into stony, often shallow soils, which store the heat of the sun for a long time.

Stammheim itself shows the typical structures
of an old Franconian wine-growing village: Narrow farms
line the road between river and valley slope.
Since the middle of the 13th century Stammheim has had a church, with a predecessor of today's parish church, St. Bartholomew, which stands elevated at the southern end of the village.
The town center is dominated by the historic town hall
- a half-timbered building from the years 1604 to 1606 -
and the old civic building, in which the village received tithes of wine from the village inhabitants. The village coat of arms depicts a wine press, which once stood here.

Since 2013, a certified gourmet wine trail promises very



special insights into the winemaking tradition of the Kolitzheim Municipality, with the wine cult tour stretching a length of 17 km through Zeilitzheim, Lindach, and of course, Stammheim.
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HM NumberHM2NCH
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Placed ByDenkmal Route
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Date Added Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 4:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)29U E 414290 N 5528719
Decimal Degrees49.90471667, -10.19360000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 49° 54.283', W 10° 11.616'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds49° 54' 16.98" N, 10° 11' 36.96" W
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