Eisenberg puts on a great local theater performance.
It is great fun and highly entertaining to attend the annual local theater production. Again it was a comedy play and so entertaining to watch. The three acts flew by in no time, which is always a good sign. A sign that the play was and is a hit. Hats off to the cast because they put so much personal time and effort into this play. The secret ingredient that makes it so watchable and a great show. Well done.
Back in South Africa, when we used to go to a local play, or dare I say committee meeting etc, there would be the obligatory wine and coffee on offer. Coffee was a bit of a generous description and the wine more often than not was Vintage Le Box. Maybe that was deliberate, because let's face it, you couldn't drink too many glasses of it.
Using the old excuse of having to drive and being happy with a glass of water was a standard. Well, imagine my surprise when the penny dropped about the wine served at functions and meetings here in our villages...
It's is the local wine. Local wine that is winning awards and accolades all over. Take last night for example. The club organizing the play was serving wine. In fact when you got to the counter, there they were. They being the various bottles from the local vintners. The good stuff. No plonk here. No box in sight. Only great wine at minimal prices.
My Dad told me yesterday that Austrian wine was the thing to serve at high end society functions in New York City. Wow, fabulous & about time too! The next big step will be when the wine lovers of the world discover the stunning wines of our area...i.e, differentiate our wine paradise here in Südburgenland from Austria. ( Of course there are plenty of other areas in Burgenland and Austria that produce delectable & award winning wines, but guess what, I am biased towards our area. )
America has California, South Africa has the Cape and France has Burgundy. Austria has Südburgenland as one of the wine areas of note. Don't just take my word for it, try one of our local wines. Either straight from the source or order them online. Here is a link to the local co-op of Wine Estates.