Single location in the municipality of Bad-Cannstadt (Remstal-Stuttgart area) in the German growing region Wuerttemberg, The vineyards oriented to the southeast and southwest to west-southwest at 190 to 300 meters above sea level with a Tilt from 50 to 70% (35 °) in the terraced Areas and 10% on the flat hillside cover 30 hectares of vineyards. The location is one of the steepest vineyards in Germany. The soils consist of deep lime weathering with shell limestone rocks in the subsoil. The situation turns into two bath "Zuckerberg" on the right bank of the Neckar in south-west facing, and "Mühlhäuser Berg" on the left bank of the Neckar in south-east. Here are mainly the varieties Trollinger, Nutmeg trollinger ( Muscat d'Hamburg ), Lemberger ( Blaufränkisch ) and Riesling cultured. For example, the shares of the Weingärtner Bad Cannstadt and the Weingut der Stadt Stuttgart.