A “Zipferl Grund” just behind the village of Göttlesbrunn, which used to be used as a fruit meadow. The only thing left of the scattered fruit stock is an old gnarled cherry tree, which now stands surrounded by vines that pay homage to it in the splinter.

The more extensive name, Hagelsberg, comes from the fact that when it hails, the ice grains fall to the ground here with almost 100 iger safety. In 2000 we planted Zweigelt, Merlot and Pinot Noir on this extremely homogeneous, deep soil.