The Käferberg vineyard lies at 300 meters above sea level on a southeast-facing slope to the north of Langenlois.
Due to its exposed location, the vineyard profits from sunshine until late in the afternoon and from a warm, soft westerly breeze. Its loose topsoil of argillaceous marl allows the vines to develop deep roots. As the vineyard lies at a former sea coastline, the underground contains marine sediment from those times. This richness in lime and silicates endows our Veltliner with an extraordinary acidity structure and elegant minerality. The vineyard is framed by dog roses, berries and hazels. Sunflowers, lilacs, an apple and an apricot tree also contribute to a well-balanced micro-ecosystem. Kestrels use an old forest located to the north as a starting point for their hunting forays into the vineyard.