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Central European vine producing lively, fruity, sometimes peppery reds with sufficient substance in the best Burgenland examples to be worth oak ageing, or blending with Cabernet and/or Pinot Noir. It is called Limberger in Germany, Lemberger in Washington state, Franconia in Friuli, Gamé in Bulgaria (it was once confused with Gamay), Kékfrankos in Hungary and Frankovka in Slovakia and Vojvodina.