"Weisser Schiefer" - fresh, crisp wine comes from the famous wine region of Austria - Burgenland. Varieties Welschriesling, Grüner Veltliner Vayssburgunder and grow in a sunny warm climate on the rich shale, iron and clay soils of the southern region. Fermentation of grapes was carried out in large oak casks, followed by the wine underwent malolactic fermentation and aging on the lees for 11 months. Before bottling the wine is not filtered. Made according to the traditional, almost authentic technology, wine shows a bold and somewhat provocative taste, outdoor fresh scent and the best way is the richness of their terroir. Taste "Weisser Slate" adopt you into thinking that great wines are born in Austria, and thereby expand the geography of fine wines.
Uwe Slate - young Austrian winemaker, which surprised not only ordinary wine lovers and wine critics his uncompromising and courageous approach to business creation, seemingly traditional Austrian wines. In the past, the sommelier, he suffered a passion for wine in his, it should be recognized, successful career as producer of wines. It began in 1990 when completing their studies Academy of wine, Uwe acquired land. For their activities Uwe chosen region Southern Burgenland, which is considered one of the smallest and not the most promising and generous for winemaking. Tradition of wine production there already existed, but Uwe decided to completely change the overall picture of the region and produced wines there. Ambitious Uwe was able to change the prevailing opinion, growing grapes and producing magnificent marvelous in its immediacy and directness of wine, confessing purism is not only in the creation of wines, but striving for it as a result. Traditional Blaufrankisch wines Uwe Schiefer acquired clarity and purity.
Growing grapes for Uwe Schiefer - a natural process that requires adherence to the canons of nature and, for the most part, prohibiting any interference with the sacrament produce a crop. "I put on a clean, natural viticulture. Herbs and plants between the rows of vines can and should grow there." In recent years, Uwe became interested in biodynamic wine production process, fully intending to go natural.