Single location in the municipality of Enkirch (Bernkastel area) in the German growing region Moselle, The original name comes from the fact that the vineyard was created from 1841 to 1846 with countless dynamite explosive charges in order to achieve the best slope and orientation towards the sun. This was done on the initiative of Carl August Immich, who owned the winery Immich-Batterieberg founded, in whose sole ownership the situation is still today. At the one carried out in 1868 Prussian location classification were plots classified in the highest class. The west-to-southwest vineyard with 20 to 60% slope Tilt comprises only one hectare of vineyards on stony weathered clay slate soil with some clay inclusions. Only the variety is used here Riesling in root real Moselle pile education ( Single pile education ) cultivated.