The Schenkenbichl is located in the northwest part of Langenlois. This south-facing slope features three Weingut Weszeli terraces; set in the very center of the slope, these terraces form the heart of the site.
The climate is characterised by high temperatures. Thanks to the slope’s southern exposure and to stone walls giving off sun energy far into the night, the grapes ripen approximately ten days earlier than at other sites. South-easterly winds bring the heat of the Pannonian plains to the vineyard. Thus, the grapes can mature until late autumn so that the wine becomes particularly dense. In addition, Grüner Veltliner Schenkenbichl is shaped by the differences between the three terraces. In the west, stony gneiss results in distinct minerality while in the east, loess provides the wine with a creamy body. Directly bordering on a forest, the vineyard offers ideal breeding conditions for the hoopoe.