In the course of time, the movement of the Earth mixed the quartz porphyry of the mid-altitude mountains with the dolomite and limestone of the higher Mendel.
A cone of rubble consisting of calcareous clay and granular white dolomite formed the best conceivable soil for great wines. The soil’s loose texture ensures a balance of moisture thorough aeration and a firm rooting of the grapevines.
Reddish, argillaceous material rich in limestone, permeated with granular white dolomite
Medium-heavy to light soil with good aeration and moisture-retaining qualities
60-70% near the brook