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Altitude: 315 meters
Location/Exposure: upper slope, flat back, SW, 8°
Source material: calcereous marl clay
Soil Type: calcareous infiltration soil
Lime content: calcareous
Limestone in the soil
Arig 0-30: strongly humous, pure silty clay, slightest patches of rust and ash, slightly micaceous and calcareous, crumbly, porous, well- to very well-rooted, dark brown
BArig 30-60: lightly humous, silty clay, porous, crumbly to blocky rounded edges, slightly micaceous, individual iron and manganese concretions, well-rooted, somewhat calcareous, dark brown to brown
B 60-80: silty clay, loamy silt, non-humous, normally porous to finely porous, slightly dense, blocky rounded edges, pure brown
BCv from 80: loamy, light silt, dense, tapered rooting, iron and manganese concretions, blocky and sharp-edged, lime efflorescence, greyish-brown, calcareous, finely porous, lightly weathered patches
Composition at comparative locations (at 80 cm depth): sand: 3%, silt: 72%, clay: 25%
Water storage capacity/Usable field capacity: about 180 litres/m²
Effects of soil type on wine
The limestone clay creates more concentrated, full-bodied exotic fruit aromas. Above all, the lime content brings with it a noticable feeling of higher minerality. Along with it, the finesse and fine fruit aroma also increases. The acidity structure of wine grown in the calcereous marl clay soil presents with soft and creamy notes.
Altitude: 360 meters
Location/Exposure: upper slope, W-NW, 20°
Source material: slag basalt
Soil Type: red clay infiltration soil
Lime content: top soil, slightly calcareous
Typical tuff stone in the soil
Arig 0-25: silty, argillaceous clay, crumbly-porous, well-rooted, dark brown, strongly humous, sporadic lime deposits ABrig 25-55: silty, loamy clay, well-rooted, finely porous, reinforced earthworm tubes, individual patches of ash, slightly dense, blocky´and sharp-edged, brown Bv 55-80/90: loamy to lightly loamy clay, strongly malleable, dense, reddish brown, blocky and sharp-edged, well-rooted, finely porous, slightly weathered Bv Cv from 80/90: argillaceous to loamy clay, tapered rooting, reddish brown to greyish brown, hollowed spaces, individual tuff stones, blocky to brismatic sharp-edged, weathered patches
Composition at comparative locations (at 5 cm depth): sand: 5%, silt: 38%, clay: 57% Water storage capacity/Usable field capacity: about 140 litres/m²
Effects of soil type on wine
Weathered volcanic soils have a powerful effect on wine. The elements of minerality and salinity distinguish the wine by giving it a full-bodied taste and distinct aroma. These soils are excellent for masculine wine, such as Traminer, Grauburgunder and red wine varieties. The sites also support additional characteristics of these varieties of wine.
Altitude: 377 meters
Non-calcareous slag basalt infiltration soil.
Altitude: 370 to 410 meters
Calcareous soil made of fine tertiary sediments,
partially characterised by its volcanic soil basin.