Your Next Lesson: BlaufräNkisch From Austria

But I can safely say it will not be blaufränkisch from Austria, our next subject in Wine School.
Back then, many blaufränkisch producers were trying to get their wines to fit in among the fashionable reds of the time.
The three wines I recommend are:Moric Burgenland Blaufränkisch 2014 (Winemonger, San Anselmo, Calif.) $30Anita & Hans Nittnaus Burgenland Blaufränkisch Kalk und Schiefer 2014 (Monika Caha Selections/Frederick Wildman & Sons, New York) $20Wachter-Wiesler Eisenberg Blaufränkisch Bela-Joska 2013 (David Bowler Wine, New York) $23If you cannot find these bottles, do not despair.
Many other excellent producers are making blaufränkisch, including Prieler, Krutzler, Muhr-van der Niepoort, Paul Achs, Wallner, Meinklang, Judith Beck, Weninger, Umathum, among others.
respondWhen imagining what to serve with these wines, I treat blaufränkisch as I would pinot noir.

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