Trie Blaufränkisch Alte Reben 2018

Trie Blaufränkisch Alte Reben 2018

FALSTAFF Rotwein Guide 2019/20


3rd at the Blaufränkisch 2018 Grand Prix

FALSTAFF Rotwein Guide 2020/21




3 glasses

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Lush purple with a violet rim. Intensive nose of crisp cherries and black pepper. Stewed sour cherries accompanied by a touch of violet and gentian, spicy-dense, sun-drenched blackberries. Dry, vivacious-juicy, classic Blaufränkisch fruit, densely knit tannins, inviting dark berry and sour cherry aromas terminating in a spicy-animating aftertaste. To us „classic“ means intensively fruity and powerful. Juiciness and power deriving from chalky loam soils. This impressive vintage shows off with a wonderful density and persistence as well as a decent fruit intensity. Well done!


Let´s start with a goose, continue with cave pecorino and matured Emmental cheese, serve it to orecchiette with cashew/dried tomato-pesto, roasted venison liver and paprika partridge.  Cheese dumplings with roasted onions, Reuben sandwich, at least 10,24 cm high, caponata grilled on vine wood. Small, in return many pieces of lamb on rosemary brochettes. Extra tip: rocks beautifully with goulash. Don´t forget the chorizo butter bread. Let´s try a bean stew – with lavish chili – or a potato-lentil- gratinée with a touch or – may be – some more of bacon. A red wine – just for fun!


Harvested at the end of September 2018. Loamy soils from the single vineyard Umriss.

De-stemming, closed mash fermentation  over 12-18 days at a temperature of up to 30 °C (88 °F), 3 days of maceration after the end of fermentation, followed by gentle pressing. Malolactic fermentation partly in large, used oak casks and partly already on mash.

Serving temperature 15–17 ˚C (58-62 °F), pour it into a decanter and enjoy!
Bottling April 2019
Alcohol 13.5 % by vol.
Acidity 6.2 g/l
Residual sugar dry
Bottle sizes 100% screw cap for 0,75l-bottles and magnums, cork for double magnums - larger bottles on request

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