Largest wine-growing community in the Burgenland wine-growing region Eisenberg on the southern slope of the Günser Mountains. The 884-meter-high writing stone is the highest point in Burgenland. The place was first mentioned in 1260. At the entrance to the town, you can admire the oldest Burgenland tree press from 1677. The vineyards cover 70 hectares of vines on deep, weathered bedrock with a layer of clay and humus. Two thirds of these are with the white wine varieties Riesling. Green Valtellina, Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) and Chardonnay, a third with the red wine varieties Blaufränkisch. Zweigelt and Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) planted. Since 1998, the most important variety Welschriesling has been transformed into the branded wine "Naturparkwein Geschrittenstein" ecological Aspects produced in an amount of approximately 5,000 bottles. A signposted wine trail was opened this year.