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  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Julia Harding MW
10 Jul 2007

Blaufränkisch and (Blauer) Zweigelt are not the only red varieties in Austria but they are the most significant in terms of area under vine, with Blauer Portugieser following not far behind. My tasting notes cover mainly these two varieties from Mittelburgenland and Carnuntum, where they are particularly successful, though they are grown in…