Single location in the village Rauenthal in the German wine-growing region Rheingau . The name derives from a position in the crook of Rauenthaler (from Old High German turn Bougen =) to the hill toward Sulzbach. It is the heart of the mountain on the southern slope Rauenthaler of the Taunus mountains with two other documents located here and Rothenberg . The twisting slightly to the south and southeast-facing vineyard at 150-210 meters above sea level with 15 to 60% slope covers 14 hectares. The deep mostly calcareous soils consist of weathered shale (phyllite), quartzites, and loam. The location benefits from an optimum daytime sunlight with night cooling, fresh air from the nearby Taunus forests. Through several aquifers, there is a good water supply. Here mainly the Riesling is cultivated. Shares in a position to have as the wineries Baron Langwerth of simmering , Hessian State Wine Domains and Schloss SchÃ¶nborn .