Single vineyard site in the municipality of Cleebronn (Württembergisch Unterland area) in the German Württemberg wine growing region. The name is derived from the St. Michael's Chapel, which is located at an altitude of 394 meters above sea level and was already built on the Stromberg in early Christian times. Historically documented here is a 1200-year-old winegrowing history. On the calcareous Keuper soil, mainly the varieties Lemberger (Blaufränkisch), black Riesling,Pinot Noir, Trollinger(Schiava Grossa) and Riesling. The Dautel winery and members of the Cleebronn-Güglingen wine-growers, for example, have shares in the site.