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German shooters

Wine-growing community in Burgenland wine-growing region Eisenberg (Austria). The large community German Schützen-Eisenberg includes the Katastralgemeinden Deutsch-Schützen, Edlitz in Burgenland, Eisenberg at the Pinka, Höll and Sankt Kathrein in Burgenland In 1221 German shooter was mentioned under the name "Perwolff", then a brand wine from the Named place (winery Krutzler). The vineyards cover about 100 hectares of vineyards on the German-Schützener Berg, the Radlingberg and on the southern slopes of the 415 m high Eisenberg. The latter is dominated by sand mixed shale with high iron content, which gives the red wines strong mineral Tones and gives a bold color. Well-known vineyards are carnival, Ratchets and vineyard, Two-thirds of the red wines Blaufränkisch. Zweigelt. Blauburger and Cabernet Sauvignon kultiviertt. The most common white wines are Green Valtellina. Riesling and Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ). Known producers of the community are Kopfensteiner. Body Erich. Krutzler Reinhold. Schützenhof. Unger Gerald. Wachter-Wiesler. Wallner Gerhard and Weber Alfred,

Deutsch-Schützen - Eisenberg at the Pinka with vineyards

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