Collective term for two individual layers in the community Lorenzhof (Ruwer area) in the German wine-growing region Moselle. To Land Consolidation in 1971 there were even four single layers called Felslay, Lorenzberg, Mäuerchen and Treppchen, of which only the two listed below in the Weinberg role be guided. Both are oriented southwest to west. The location Felslay 150 to 210 meters above sea level with 45 to 75 slope covers 3.2 hectares on shallow to medium Devonian slate weathered soil with Quarziteinschlüssen. The location Mäuerchen with 30 to 70% slope covers 3 hectares of vineyards on shallow to deep, rocky Devonian slate weathered soil with a very high proportion of shale. In both layers, the variety Riesling is cultivated. Both single layers are the sole possession of the winery Karlsmuhle, Mostly the collective name Lorenzhöfer is used for the wines.