Kékfrankos (a.k.a. Blaufrankisch and Lemberger) is a black-skinned wine grape grown widely in Austria and Hungary, and to a lesser extent in neighboring Germany, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Croatia. Tiny quantities are also grown in the United States. The common feature in Blaufrankisch wines from all of these places is a fruit-forward profile with aromas of spiced black cherries.
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