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Blaufränkisch

Synonyms: Lemberger, Limberger, Kekfrankos

Dark berry notes, astringent-spicy, medium tannin levels. The name Blaufränkisch (literally ”blue Franconian“) probably dates from the time of Charlemagne, when all high-qualities varieties were classified as ”Franconian“ (fränkisch) while those of lesser value were called ”Hunnic“ (heunisch) and eliminated. In its youth this Austrian speciality is an impetuous, deeply fruity red wine, which with ageing becomes more velvety and supple, gaining additional facets.