With only around 200 hectares under vine, Eisenberg is the smallest appellation in Austria. Its chalky, iron rich soils are dedicated exclusively to the red skinned Blaufränkisch grape. Here it can produce spicy wines with a distinctive mineral character.
Leithaberg is one of Burgenland’s high quality appellations. With vineyards in the foothills of the Leithaberg Mountains, the area is known for terroir driven white wines from Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Neuburger.
Mittelburgenland in the heart of Burgenland is home to some some of Austria’s best red wines. Blaufränkisch in particular has adapted well to area’s sheltered plains and complex soils and is capable of giving high quality spicy red wines.