This is certainly classic Blaufränkisch, showing an herbal character, plus notes of ripe red plum and beetroot, with a firmly tannic edge. The wine is already in balance and can be consumed now. Screwcap.
Smells nice, with pure boysenberry and mulberry notes garnished with vanilla, but turns crisp and tart on the palate, adding hints of cocoa and a slightly lactic note on the finish. Imported by Vin Divino.
Günter Triebaumer’s family winery has seen many changes since he took over in 2003, not least of which is this easy, fruity red, with its spice, cassis and oak flavors, and fresh red currant acidity. Screwcap.
The aromas are of new wood and spice. But the red cherry flavors of Blaufränkisch are enough to absorb this wood, giving a spicy but fruity wine that happily fills the glass with ripe fruit.
Firmly tannic in style, a still-young wine. It has acidity, black plum skins and a dense texture. The acidity gives freshness, although the main element is the structure, the fruit needing a year to develop. Screwcap.