Red wine


Variety: Blaufränkisch

The Blaufränkisch is a late ripening red grape variety that is located primarily in the middle and north of Burgenland. In Rust is Blaufränkisch the main varietal of red wine. Legend has it that Charlemagne valued it and recommended its distribution. This variety is also called the Pinot Noir of the East. Its wines are delicately racy with a fruity scent; they are at their top form between the second and the fourth year of storage.

Tasting: deep red, very aromatic, fruity elegant, aromas of cherries and berries, fine intensive tannin.

Best served with: pasta dishes, fried duck, saddle of venison medallions with cinnamon cherries, poppy seed soufflé with cinnamon prunes, fried celery.


0,75 l bottle


Quality Wine

Drinking temp.

12–18 °C


21° KMW


Ludmaisch, Mitterkreften, Bandkreften

Year of planting

2006, 1963, 1980

Hand harvest

100% selected grapes


stainless steel tank and a part in barrique


March 2021

Alcohol content

14 %vol

Residual sugar

1 g/l


5 g/l

    • The Blaufränkisch

      To raise the quality of the wine, we remove half of the grapes at each vine.

    • Sun in the grape

      Due to long and dry summers and short winters, our “land of sunshine” is known as the region with the highest amount of sunshine in Central Europe – around 300 days per year.