Single location in the municipality of Bad-Cannstadt (Remstal-Stuttgart area) in the German Württemberg growing region. The vineyards are oriented to the south-east and south-west to west-south-west at an altitude of 190 to 300 metres above sea level, with a gradient of 50 to 70% (35°) in the terraced areas and 10% at the foot of the flat slope, and comprise 30 hectares of vineyards. The location is one of the steepest vineyards in Germany. The soil consists of deep limestone weathering with shell limestone rocks in the subsoil. The site is divided into the two vines "Zuckerberg" on the right bank of the Neckar in south-western position and "Mühlhäuser Berg" on the left bank of the Neckar in south-eastern position. The varieties Trollinger, Muskat-Trollinger(Muscat d'Hamburg), Lemberger (Blaufränkisch) and Riesling are cultivated. Shares are held, for example, by the wine growers Bad Cannstadt and the winery of the city of Stuttgart.