Blaufränkisch - Unoaked
The Blaufränkisch grape is grown throughout eastern Europe but many of the best Blaufränkish wines are from Austria where it makes a fruity and spicy red wine that is graceful, powerful, complex with a refreshing acidity. Blaufränkisch has Pinot Noir's versatility - it can be made as rosé, a light and fruity red, clean and well bodied or aged and oaked. Thanks to the acidity and tanins it ages exceptionally well.
In Germany Blaufränkish is typically called Lemberger and in Hungary it is called Kékfrankos.
Our Blaufränkisch wines mostly come from great producers in the Austrian Burgenland region which has an ideal climate for Blaufränkisch. Our reference Blaufränkisch would be Gunter & Regina Triebaumer but we offer a wide choice of styles and terroirs so you can explore Blaufränkisch in all its facets. For example, Kiss is dense and mineral, Heidi Schröck's will show fruit and crystalline purity while Alex Schreiner makes it in an almost Italian style. We can offer a small selection of cult Blaufränkisch on occasion. We also sometimes have Kékfrankos from Hungary.
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Blaufränkisch Classic Günter & Regina TriebaumerSpicy, dense and quite simply delicious.
Rosé of Blaufränkisch Reserve Günter & Regina TriebaumerRefreshing, long, rich and not quite dry. Converts people to rosé!
Blaufränkisch Kulm Heidi SchroeckThe mineral side of Blaufränkisch
Junge Löwen Heidi SchroeckCrunchy fresh Blaufrankisch - ages surprisingly well too
Rubin Carnuntum Franz / Christine NetzlA delicious Zweigelt, more complex than the Zweigelt Classic
Blaufränkisch Bakobel Weingut Kiss