Blaufränkisch 2011

Blaufränkisch 2011

Vinaria Jungweinatlas

★ ★ ★

PLV (exceptional value for money)

Wein Pur!


PLV (exceptional value for money) Tipp by the editorial team Rotweintest 2012 - Very good

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Purple with a dark violet rim. Almost excessive nose of cherries and black pepper. Stewed sour cherries completed by a hint of vanilla and lilac, spicy-dense, sun-warmed blackberries. Dry, vivacious-juicy Blaufränkisch-fruit, very classic style, finely-wound tannin structure, inviting flavours of dark berries and cherries with a zesty-animating finish. To us “classic” means intensively fruity and powerful. Juice and power deriving from chalky loam soils. “Lifeblood” starts in the fruity-dense range!  This special vintage appeals with an enormous density ande extra sweetness – never reached before!


We start out with the always excellent Martini-goose – that`s for sure!, Continue with peppered Pecorino and mature Emmentaler and finish with Linguine and Sbrinz/dried tomato pesto, try it with roasted deer liver and paprika partridge. Extra tip:  matches perfectly with goulash of boned shank. Don`t forget the Chorizo butter bread. Let`s try some bean stew – with lavish chilli – or a potato-lentil-gratin with a little – or a little more - bacon and finish off with a generous sip of Blaufränkisch from perfect Blaufränkisch soils.


Hand-picked end of september and beginning of october 2011 into small boxes, loamy soils from the sites Gmärck, large Öden, Mitterkräftn and Pandkräftn and Oberer Wald.

De-stemming, closed must fermentation for 12 – 18 days at approximately 30˚C, 3 days of maceration after completed fermentation followed by gentle pressing. Malolactic fermentation partly in large, used oak casks and partly on the mash.

Serving temperature 15–17° C, decanting increases drinking pleasures
Bottling March 2012
Alcohol 13,1 Vol.%
Acidity 5,2 g/l
Residual sugar dry
Bottle sizes 100% screw cap for 0,75l-bottles and Magnums cork closure for Double Magnums

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