Uwe Schiefer was a sommelier at renowned restaurants in Vienna when he decided in 1980 to dedicate himself to wine and viticulture, moving to the other side in search of the source she explained to customers. He chose his native Welgersdorf land in southern Burgenland, next to the Hungarian border, where he also recently cultivated vines (Pala wine) before the new Hungarian authoritarian-nationalist regime impeded collaboration and circulation between the two parties , which he had already known divided by the military at the checkpoints of his childhood. The terrains are steep, the soils are rich in iron and shale, and the climate with higher thermal amplitudes than in the eastern part of Lake Neusiedl with less influence from the Panonia hot air intakes gives the sub-region a distinctive feature within the complex. from Burgenland. The Blaufrankisch variety is the privileged red variety, grown essentially in 2 plots: Königsberg, a ventilated plateau surrounded by forests, which enters the wine of a generic blend and Eisenberg, the most steep and most schistous, from which comes the most aged and more of guard. The style of the wines favors liveliness, a well-defined and greedy fruit and a fresh set.