Ried Berg Eisenhut lies at an elevation of roughly 290 to 360 metres, south-east of the small village of Stettenhof and north-east of Gösing. Its vineyards predominantly face south and south-east to equal extents. The substratum is made up of quartz-rich sandy gravels from the Hollabrunn-Mistelbach formation. These are approximately 8- to 10-million-year-old sedimentary deposits from the ancient Danube, which once flowed into the Vienna Basin, following a course somewhat to the north of the present-day river. In several places, the deposits are covered with calcareous, silty loess. Here, the soil is a calcareous, loamy and silty black earth composed of loess. This loess is colluvial in places, having come about as a result of run-off. Vineyards are recorded at this location in both the Franziszeische Kataster (Austrian cadastral survey) from 1823 and the Administrativkarte 1:28,800 (administrative map, 1864–1881).

Quellen: ÖWM, BFW-eBOD Digitale Bodenkarte, Riedenatlas Wagram 2021, M. Heinrich et al. 2009, GBA 2015: Blatt 39 Tulln, NÖ Atlas-Land Niederösterreich, www.familia-austria.at

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