Single location in the village in the German region Monzingen Near . The name derives from the steep, barren hillside. Johann Wolfgang von Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) in 1815 praised a "Monzinger". Although he mentioned no location, but Halenberg regarded as the best location of the municipality. The oriented south to southwest vineyard in 160-240 meters above sea level with 25 to 60% slope covers eight hectares. The easily heatable floor consists of a conglomerate of blue-gray slate with quartzite and pebbles in the shallow part with admixtures of clay and in steep slope with lots of gravel and sand. The nighttime cold fall winds are derived by a hill overlooking the vineyard. Here only the Riesling is cultivated. The special climate favors the production of sweet wines. For example, the shares have wineries Paul Anheuser , Emrich-Schoenleber , Hehner-Kiltz , SchÃ¤fer-FrÃ¶hlich and Erich Schauss .