German Wine Route: Ungstein
Ungstein, a village with 1350 inhabitants was first documentary mentioned in the Weissenburg codex in 714 as "Unchesstagni". Ungstein was a franconian settlement from the clan of "Unko".
The Salvator church was built around 1713.
Two roman houses and a roman winery where found during a land consolidation in 1981, due to discovered coins it can be said that the complex was destroyed around 500 AD.
Vineyards of Ungstein, Ungsteiner Weinlagen
- Honigsaeckel, Grosslage; 143,2 ha
- Bettelhaus; 72,6 ha
- Herrenberg; 33,4 ha
- Michelsberg; 3,3 ha
- Nussriegel; 76,3 ha
- Osterberg; 80 ha
- Weilberg; 33,4 ha