The Gunter Triebaumer 2015 Blaufränkisch (Burgenland) wine is of the Blaufränkisch variety from Austria, produced within the nan vineyard in the Burgenland province. The cost is $16. This wine has a score of 73/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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In the southern Baumlor region, the palm trees are still young. This wine, which is still in the can, is still young while still showing the potential of the wood aging. The acidity makes this wine especially ready to drink. It will be ready from 2017.
Aromas of ripe citrus and white peach are accompanied by a whiff of white flowers. The aromatic core is light, bright and refreshing. This is a light, soft wine with a very crisp, crisp aftertaste.
The racy acidity and the crisp citrus flavors make this dry, tangy wine an excellent apritif. It’s light and lean, but packed with fresh green fruits and fresh acidity. It comes from a small vineyard.
Pungent and aromatic, this offers a fruity fragrance of melon, apricot and golden honey. It is light in texture and shows a dry core of acidity. The flavors are of melon, apple and candied citrus.
This is a fruity, fruit-driven wine that shows black-skinned berry and anise aromas. The palate is clean, fresh and focused, with a simple, fresh, medium-weight mouthfeel.
This is a delicious, richly textured wine; it has a lightness of fruit that gives a freshness of summer flowers and a fresh aftertaste. The sweet-fruit richness will warm you up.
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