Vineyards in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Have you ever wondered where the wine that you are drinking comes from? If the wine comes from the wine-growing regions Mosel, Nahe, Rheinhessen, Pfalz, Ahr, or Mittelrhein you can find this information in this API.

The dataset shared by this API is the vineyard register (Weinbergsrolle) of Rhineland-Palatinate, available under an open-data license. It is managed by the Chamber of Agriculture of Rhineland-Palatinate (Landwirtschaftskammer RLP).
© Landwirtschaftskammer RLP (2020), dl-de/by-2-0,; Regelungen zu Gewährleistung und Haftung

This API is a demo for APIs that can be deployed using ldproxy based on the OGC API standards developed by the Open Geospatial Consortium. A description how to set this API is available here.

When provided as vector tiles, the data is portioned into spatial tiles, where the size of the tiles depends on the scale/zoom level. The spatial organization in a tiling scheme is defined by a Tile Matrix Set.

The tiles provided by this API according to OGC API Tiles in the commonly used "WebMercatorQuad" tiling scheme can also be used in applications that do not directly support the OGC API specification, as long as they support one of the following options:
  • In many applications tile sets can be specified via a URL template according to the so-called 'xyz' scheme, where '{z}' is the zoom level and '{y}' or {x}' are the row or column in the tile grid of the zoom level. To do this, copy the URL template and use it in the application.
  • TileJSON is a commonly used format for describing tile sets, which contains metadata about the tile set in addition to the URL template. If applications support TileJSON, copy the TileJSON URL and use it in the application.

Tile Matrix Set
URL template