Single-layer designation that occurs several times in Germany. In addition to the ones listed below, there is also a single location in the municipality of Dainbach (Baden).
The partly terraced vineyards with 10 to 40% slope facing north-north-west to north-north-east, but mainly south-facing Tilt cover 166 hectares of vineyards. The floors are made of weathered shell limestone with calcareous loess loam and some sand. Above all, here Burgundersorten cultured. The wineries Dreher Florian and Hinn, for example, have shares in the location.
The south-southwest-facing vineyard with 20 to 45% slope includes almost eight hectares of vineyards. The weathered soils interspersed with sandy loam and gravel have a thin loess humus layer on granite. Due to the erosion risk there is a duration grassing, Here above all Riesling cultured. Shares have z. B. Members of the Bergstrasse winegrowers as well as the winery Simon-Bürkle,