The Blaufränkisch had a picture book career from the unaware or even reviled red drink to the red pride of Austrian red winemakers. As a characteristic terroir wine, today it has an individual wine style, especially in the best locations of the Burgenland. In the various regions and single vineyards, world-class wines are produced. The Blaufränkisch reacts sensitively to the different conditions and therefore has a wide range of taste to offer. In addition, the Blaufränkisch also has a great storage potential, these structured red wines full of tension develop in the top range gorgeous and than show their whole class and personality. In Germany, some winegrowers are now trying to recreate this model and also produce great wines from this variety, also called Lemberger. Other notable quantities are cultivated in Hungary under the synonym Kékfrankos. In Austria, the Blaufränkisch is the second most cultivated red grape variety after the Zweigelt. Approximately it has 7% of the total vine surface, which is almost exclusively in Burgenland.
Here our wines containing Blaufränkisch: