Top 10 Blaufränkisch

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It's not easy to grow, but its sensitivity to terroir makes Blaufränkisch Austria's best red grape. Stephen Brook takes a tour of the regions, finding expressive bargains along the way. See his top ten picks here...
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Prieler, Goldberg 2007

Prieler, Goldberg 2007
Spicy mocha nose, oaky and stylish. Very rich, tight, with good acidity and firm but sweet tannins. Has power and needs time. Long. 17.5pts/20 (91/100pts)
Price £37.45–£45.65 Philglas & Swiggott, Slurp
Drink 2013–2020
Alc 13%