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Otium Cellars Blau Frankisch

Otium Cellars Blau Frankisch Wine Details

Description: A classic grape from the Franconia region of Germany, the bright and intense fruit nose is followed by supple tannins on the palate and finish producing a remarkably smooth wine

Varietal Definition
Also known as the Blauer Limberger or Limberger. The latter name is used for the grape where found in Washington state in the U.S., which has sizable plantings of this variety at last report.
Name for a Gamay type clone grape that is grown in Austria and used to produce dry, fruity red wines. The grape is also grown in Germany under the name Limberger. Also known as the Kekfrankos grape in Hungary and currently the main ingredient partly replacing Kadarka in the red wine blend once famous as "Egri Bikaver".


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