Lemberger is officially classified under the name “Blauer Limberger,” this red grape variety also goes by the synonyms “Lemberger” and “Blaufränkisch.” The late-ripening Lemberger probably originated in vineyards on the lower stretches of the Danube River. The grape was documented in Austria in the second half of the 18th century and is cultivated there to this day (as Blaufränkisch) in Burgenland and near Vienna.
This wine has a brilliant color, is full bodied fruit and aroma, and has been aged in oak for 12 months.
Try something new-a vinifera variety of Austrian origin. A brilliant color, aromas of sweet cherry, ripe plum. and smoky oak bring forth mouth-watering sweet cherry and raspberry flavors with a soft and silky succulent finish.
Barrel aged 6 months in French Oak
Enjoy with rack of lamb, smoked salmon or Prime Rib!
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French Oak 3 months