Term for the Spitz mountain, around which the Lower Austrian community is located Spitz ad Donau in the Wachau has formed. The reed of the same name is on the back, the Danube opposite side of the mountain. The front side, which is visible from a distance, is a subried Tausendeimerberg known. Some of them steep to the northwest terraced Vineyards of the Riede Burgberg have a slope of up to 65% Tilt on. They are located between 218 and 286 meters above sea level and cover 23 hectares of vineyards. The two sides of the mountain are from soil type very different. The heavy soil of the castle hill consists of calcareous sandy-marl layers. This is where the variety comes in Green Valtellina grown. The vineyards Gebetsberger, for example, have shares in the vineyard, hofstätter. Högl Josef. Lagler Karl and Nothnagl.
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