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WTN: Krutzler Blaufrankisch 2000 Burgenland, Austr


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If you are a garrigue lover here is a wine for you! The barnyard is so omnipresent and deep, you might think you were a little pony, hoofing around in the sun baked dirt, neighing patiently in your pen. This Blaufrankisch (aka Limberger) reminds me of the delightful Cote du Rhone I drank in more youthful times, a wee bit clunky, a little bit lusty and just plain stinky. What ever happened to those CDRs you might have wondered? Well apparently they have moved to Austria and changed identity. Now where is my lamb stew?

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If you are a garrigue lover here is a wine for you! The barnyard is so omnipresent and deep, you might think you were a little pony, hoofing around in the sun baked dirt, neighing patiently in your pen.  This Blaufrankisch (aka Limberger) reminds me of the delightful Cote du Rhone I drank in more youthful times, a wee bit clunky, a little bit lusty and just plain stinky. What ever happened to those CDRs you might have wondered? Well apparently they have moved to Austria and changed identity. Now where is my lamb stew?

$12.95/ Bottle

Ha ha...garrigue associated with blaufrankisch, funny! Maybe barnyard is more german-like... :wink: Carema, have you ever tried franconia from Friuli?

Alberto

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