Often used single vineyard name in Germany, referring to the occurrence of the badger in vineyards, which digs its burrows here if the soil such as loess or loam is suitable.
The vineyard, which faces southwest to west and has a slope gradient of 20 to 45%, covers 12 hectares of vineyards. The soil consists of loamy and clayey weathering over keuper and shell limestone. The varieties Weißburgunder(Pinot Noir), Grauburgunder(Pinot Gris), Müller-Thurgau, Spätburgunder(Pinot Noir), Zweigelt and Blauer Portugieser are cultivated here. The Gussek and Zahn wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard.