Repeatedly occurring single layer designation in Germany. In addition to those listed below, there is another such single vineyard site in the municipality of Dainbach (Baden).
The vineyards, which face north-north-west to north-north-east, but predominantly south, are partly terraced and have a gradient of 10 to 40%, and cover an area of 166 hectares. The soil consists of weathered shell limestone with calcareous loess loam and partly sand. The Burgundy varieties in particular are cultivated here. The Dreher Florian and Hinn wineries, for example, have their share of the site.
The south-southwest-facing vineyard with a slope gradient of 20 to 45% comprises almost eight hectares of vines. The weathered soils interspersed with sandy loam and gravel have a thin layer of loess and humus on top of granite. Due to the danger of erosion, permanent greening is carried out. Riesling is cultivated here in particular. Members of the Bergsträßer winegrowers as well as the Simon-Bürkle winery have shares.