This wine is made from 100% Portuguiser, a variety commonly known as Blauer Portugieser in Germany and Austria, where it is widely-planted. This varietal can produce wines that are lively, with good color, acid, and body. Though the name suggests Portuguese origins, there has been no evidence supporting this claim.
Deep purple in color, aromas of black currants and black berries complement undertones of forest berries, strawberries, plums, and sweet chestnuts. On the palate, the wine is smooth, with moderate acidity, and soft tannins.
Pair this wine with savory cheeses, cured meats, spicy sausages, and game. - Winery
Varietal composition: 100% Portuguiser
Fermentation container: Stainless steel tanks
Type of aging container: Stainless steel tanks
Length of aging before bottling: 9 months
Length of bottle aging: 1 months
Alcohol: 13.2 %
Residual sugar: <2.0 g/ L
Acidity: 2.7 g/ L