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Blaufränkisch (also known as Lemberger) is a black-skinned grape variety that has a number of synonyms in Europe and the United States. It can be used to make varietal red wine, rosé, and can be added to blends, contributing high acid, tannin and deep coloring. Blackberries, red cherries and redcurrants are common flavor descriptors associated with Blaufränkisch wine.
Mittelburgenland is an important wine-producing area in Burgenland on Austria's eastern border. Spicy, robust Blaufrankisch accounts for more than half of all wine production in the region, which is widely considered to be the home of red wine in Austria.
The vineyards of Mittelburgenland stretch out across the western reaches of the Pannonian Plain. This flat basin covers a huge swath of land in Central Europe, extending across both Hungary and Slovakia. The climate here is warm, sunny and dry – a departure from the average cool Austrian climate. Hills in the north-west and south protect the area from cooling winds coming in from the foothills of the Alps. Instead, warm Pannon ... more
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|Weingut J. Heinrich Vitikult Blaufrankisch, Mittelburgenland|
|Weingut J. Heinrich Weisses Kreuz, Burgenland|
|Weingut J. Heinrich Goldberg Reserve Blaufrankisch, Mittelburgenland|
|Weingut J. Heinrich Alpha Blaufrankisch, Mittelburgenland|
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