Single location in the municipality of Münster-Sarmsheim in the German Nahe
growing region. The name is derived from the local term "Daute" for "young seedling", because in former times probably young vines were cultivated here. The south-facing vineyard at an altitude of 110 to 180 metres above sea level with a slope gradient of 10 to 60% covers just over four hectares of vine area. Due to the foothills of the Münster forest, the site is very well protected from cold westerly winds. Grey Devonian slate interspersed with quartzites forms the subsoil of the loess loam topsoil. It has a good water storage capacity
. The Adelseck
wineries, for example, have shares of this loess loam.