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eisenberg

The morphological and geological composition of the “South Burgenland Ridge” reaches back into the Palaeozoic. The ridge has been shaken up and rattled about several times, engulfed by the sea until the water was finally pushed back with the formation of the Alps. Many faults developed over time, bringing diabasic chlorite slate with high levels of iron and partly made of quartz to the Eisenberg. This texture and the great site, with hillsides facing south, southeast and southwest protecting from the cold wind and providing a lot of sunshine thanks to their steep inclines, add to completely distinct Blaufränkisch wines, which could not be more elegant and distinguished.