The vineyards of Leithaberg descend gently from the wooded ridge atop the hill, down to the western shores of Lake Neusiedl. These slopes are a universe in themselves, where the vines grow on soils changing from slate to limestone and back within just a few hundred metres. The cool forest air from the crest of the hill and the warming air currents from the lake at the foot of the vineyards play their colourful game between the rows of vines. This unique confluence of opposites yields wines of origin that show great vivacity and dynamic tension, with each village and every vineyard additionally showing its own typical flavour profile. What distinguishes neighbouring communes from one another? How do the wines of the individual vineyards present themselves? The region’s winegrowers are currently at work to precisely define the profiles of these individual places of origin.