Peter Schandl

Blaufränkisch Ried Kreften 

We select the finest Blaufränkisch grapes to press the Blaufränkisch Ried Kreften

Grape variety: Blaufränkisch
Blaufränkisch, also known as Lemberger, is a late ripening red wine variety, common in Northern Burgenland. The wines are of fine texture and fruity bouquet, best to drink between the second and the fourth storage year.

Tasting: deep ruby-red, pronounced aroma, spicy and elegant, rich finesse, cherry, lingering finish 

Awards: Vinaria Wineguide 2015/16: *** FUN

Tasting: quality wine with distinction
Type dry
Vintage: 2013
Packaging: 0,75 l glass bottle
Colour:  deep ruby-red
Aging:  french oak (225l)
Serving temperature:  15 – 18 °C
Sugar:  21,5° KMW (107,5° Öchsle)                                    
Vine age:  43years
Alcohol:  13,7 vol %
Residual sugar:  1,5 g/l
Acidity:  5 g/l

Food pairing: pasta, crispy duck, saddle of venison medallion with cinnamon cherries, poppy seed baked pudding with cinnamon dried plums, fried celery

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