Popular single layer designation in Germany. In addition to the four below described in detail, there are individual layers of this name even in the Gemeindenbzw. Growing areas Bretzfeld, Dimbach, Hertmannsweiler, Langenbeutingen (all Württemberg), Krum (Franconia), Schwabbach, Siebeneich (Württemberg), St. Aldegund (Mosel), Stettfeld (Baden), Waldbach (Württemberg) and Zeutern (Baden).
The name derives from one Celtic Term for "small hill". Only later did it become a Christian meaning. This also symbolizes the high and exposed location. The present size did not arise until 1922, when a summary of 70 was made on only 16 layer names. The south-facing vineyards in 110 to 260 meters above sea level with 50 to 65% slope cover 57 hectares of vineyards. The medium-sized, rocky Tonschiefer weathered soils are partly traversed by blue slate. The picture shows the municipality Graach with its single layers Abtsberg, Domprobst, Heaven and Josephshöfer,