The grapes for the Grüner Veltliner Langenlois grow in more than 60 small parcels spread around the countryside of Langenlois.
Each of the parcels has its own particular character. Some look directly to the sun; others are protected by small hills or groups of trees. Some are enriched by the fruit trees, rows of flowers, bushes and herbs that grow amongst them. But they all have two parameters in common: the fertile, fine-grained loess, which delivers supple body and gentle acidity to the wine; and the European ground squirrel, which keep a close eye on things in the flat vineyards.