Blaufränkisch is a red grape variety that produces intense and fresh wines, it is grown all over the world under the name Kékfrankos but is probably best known in its native Germany and Austria, where it is called Lemberger. On the nose, it has a bright nose of blueberries, red cherries and redcurrants. Oak is often used in the production of wine, usually non-virgin wood to give a soft, balanced and appetising savoury note. A well-structured wine with biting acidity, this is a great wine with food and to drink on its own.
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