This south/southeast-facing cru lies on the Loiserberg, which rises in the western part of the town of Langenlois. This is close to the nearby Waldviertel region. The Loiserberg, at 380 meters above sea level, is the highest vineyard site in the Kamptal region.
The Loiserberg vineyard is characterised by contrasts. While its southern exposure ensures ample direct sunlight, steady winds from the rough Waldviertel region breathe cool air around the hot vines and grapes. This antagonism is reflected by the Riesling’s rich and powerful aromas that even elicit exotic images. The meagre soil of Gfoehl gneiss and a very thin humus layer force the vines to grow their roots particularly deep in the underground – this is where the distinct, fruity character of the wine develops. Together with rapeseeds, sunflowers, lilacs and fruit trees, the roses and peonies growing between the vine rows turn this vineyard into a paradise for bees and other insects.