The Absdorfer site is situated in a basin that faces south and which is a continuation of the Wechselberg. It is comprised of loess-clay soil and of a sandy-gravelly underground. These came into being through the weathering of granite and gneiss, and through the decalcification of loess and of glacial deposits. The soils' traits and the special climate prevailing in the basin yield ideal conditions for the growing of mineralistic Grüner Veltliner and Sauvignon Blancs.