Weninger 2003 Spern Steiner Kékfrankos (Sopron)

Weninger already makes impressive Blaufränkisch in Austria, so his endeavors with the same grape in Hungary (named Kekfrankos here) are, not surprisingly, successful. A wave of anise, black pepper and blueberry on the nose, paired with smooth, elegant and structured flavors of the same on the palate, impress. The wine has depth but a dry, poised overall character, which gives it a food-friendly edge. Susan Kostrzewa

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    G.O. Global Trade & Investments, Inc
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