Today a little look into Central Europe’s best blue-skinned grape – which grows under many guises including Kekfrankos, Blaufrankisch, Frankova, Lemberger and many more. Written for Wine of Hungary’s newsletter.
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It was a real pleasure to meet Gerhard Pittnauer and taste his wines at the WineMason tasting earlier this year. Weingut Pittnauer is based in Austria’s Burgenland, at the north east corner of Lake Neusiedl (the Neusiedlersee: area 9 in the map below); the body of water prevents winters being too harsh so it’s great for producing red wines. 440 more words
If I have learned anything since starting this blog over five years ago, it’s that there are no certainties in the wine world. I know that does not sound all that profound, but I really have stopped trying to have any expectations whatsoever where ever I go. 993 more words