Southeastern foothills of the Manhartsberg near the municipality of Zöbing in the wine-growing region Kamptal (NE). The elevation lies only by the reed grub separated, in the neighborhood of the famous Zöbinger Heiligenstein, On the Gaisberg there is a homonymous building facing south-southeast Riede (Location). This consists largely of weathered rock with a brown earth layer. In the upper part there is Terraces systems on prevailing mica slate floors. In Austria this is often referred to as the "bedrock". The lower, eastern area has a sandy loess layer and is partly frost- and threatened by drought, The white wine varieties are particularly popular on the Gaisberg Green Valtellina. Riesling, and Neuburger cultured.
The wineries, for example, have shares in the Gaisberg Allram. Arndorfer. Dollars Peter. Eichinger Birgit. Hiedler Ludwig. Hirsch Johannes. Laurenz V.. Gobelsburg Castle. Schreibeis. Johann pot. Weixelbaum Heinz and Zottlöderer, In the lower part of the Gaisberg there is the Ofenberg vineyard, which is characterized by a loess-covered soil and its microclimate. This is predestined for the Grüner Veltliner. Worth seeing is one here Kellergasse with many very old cellar vaults, some of which only serve as display objects.