Blazon: Per pale vert a tower or windowed azure and of the last a cross of Santiago gules fimbriated argent, pointé in base of the fourth a bunch of grapes of the second slipped of the first
The tower is a reference to Torre de Vejezate, a local abandoned town. The cross of Santiago reflects the fact that the land previously belonged to the Order of Santiago, and the grapes refer to the traditional industry of winemaking.
Blazon: Per pale azure a representation of the local church of Christ of the Valley argent and of the last a cross of Santiago gules, pointé in base or a bunch of grapes slipped and leaved vert
The characteristic church featured on the arms was built in the sixteenth century on the site of the former hermitage of St. Helena, where (according to legend) Christ appeared in the form of a strange traveler.
Blazon: Per pale or a passion cross gules and of the second a bunch of grapes leaved and three barrulets wavy in base of the first
The cross (or Kreuz) is a reference to the name of the town, and the grapes reflect the importance of winemaking in the region since Roman times.
Blazon: Per bend sinister argent and sable a goat springing counterchanged, bearing in its mouth a bunch of grapes vert, slipped and leaved proper
I am unable to find a definite origin for the goat charge, but the grapes may be a reference to the abundant vineyards of the region. The Abensberg-Traun family, who purchased the town in 1635, bear the arms per pale argent and sable, which may have influenced the municipal arms. It does not seem that these arms were used before the 1974 grant.
Blazon: Azure on a bridge of one arch sable masoned or a griffin passant argent, langued gules, bearing in the dexter claw a bunch of grapes slipped and leaved vert and in the sinister a garb of the third
Blazon: Per fess I per pale vert a tower or windowed azure and or an eagle displayed sable, II azure in dexter a garb and in sinister a bunch of grapes slipped and leaved or
Blazon: Gules three mounts argent, issuant from the center three bunches of grapes between four grape leaves of the last towards the chief, and two grape leaves vert towards the base; overall on three mounts in base of the last as many sprigs of cress of the second