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Wachter Wiesler Blaufränkisch Südbergenland 2014

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The grapes for Blaufränkisch come from the somewhat younger vines (5-15 years old) that grow in Deutsch Schützen, Eisenberg and Hannersberg. All are planted in deep, iron-rich clay soils. Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel, 14-17 days maceration. The wine then spends 10 months maturing, partially in stainless steel and partially in large wooden casks.

Region: Austria » Burgenland

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Winery: Wachter-Wiesler
Color: Red
Variety: Blaufränkisch
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Editorial Reviews for Wachter Wiesler Blaufränkisch Südbergenland

Snooth User: Snooth Editorial
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10/26/2017

Deeply fruited, almost syrupy notes of plum and black currant jam with spicy ground black pepper and thick tarry smoke. Tart, quite acidic and full of zesty cherry and mixed berry fruit flavors on the palate, quite drying on the mid palate with loads of earth, dark spice, concentrated black currant fruit and freshly tapped young sassafras root.



The grapes for Blaufränkisch come from the somewhat younger vines (5-15 years old) that grow in Deutsch Schützen, Eisenberg and Hannersberg. All are planted in deep, iron-rich clay soils. Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel, 14-17 days maceration. The wine then spends 10 months maturing, partially in stainless steel and partially in large wooden casks.

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