At the foot of the Leithaberg the Tatschler vineyard is situated, one of the oldest in this region. It extends with a slight incline of 205 to 230 metres above sea level and takes on a slight, south-east-facing basin shape. The slope gradient is 10%. This allows the vines to benefit from morning sunlight, which ensures that the vines dry quickly. The grapes can ripen very well without much risk of rot.
Above, the site is bordered by woodland, which on the one hand protects against winds and on the other hand provides the vineyard with cool air in the evening and at night. Due to the large temperature difference between day and night, the aroma in the berries can develop optimally.
The soil is made up of crystalline primary rock, the bedrock of the Leithaberg, which appears here as heavily weathered mica schist, supplemented by sand and marl with a medium lime content. This soil provides a salty minerality in the wine, the lime content ensures a firm acidity.