with a beautiful view over the Danube, surrounded by Höll.
is steeply terraced, dry, with perfect exposition - ideal for high quality grapes.
South facing, between 300m and 345m altitude, covering nearly the whole part of the south side of Ried Höll, the steep slopes have little top soil and the bedrock often breaks through. The south expositions makes this a hot site. Very steep terraces, all secured with dry walls. A patchwork of different plots planted with a panoply of grape varieties - Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Muskateller, Zweigelt and Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc) and the odd vine that remains to be identified. Dotted with 5 different huts, a large walnut tree, a deer stand and a newly built tasting terrace - this vineyard is unlike any other.