Notes from Indigo Wine:
"The city of Sopron is the historic home of Kékfrankos and the former centre of the Burgenland region. Following the First World War, the majority of this are became part of Austria while Sopron remained in Hungary. The fruit for this wine comes from vineyards grown on heavy clay with a withered gneiss subsoil.
Ripe cherry aromas mingle with violets and fresh herbs – mint and tarragon – on the nose. Light on the palate, this wine is made in drinkable style, emphasising juicy fruit, supple tannins, and freshness. A smashable red wine that pairs well with Italian cuisines and grilled meats and veggies."
Heavy clay with a withered gneiss subsoil
Grapes are handpicked and destemmed. Fermentation occurs naturally with native yeasts in a stainless-steel vat, followed by 3 weeks of careful maceration on skins. The wine ages for 22 months on lees in a well-used 6000l wooden vat. It is then bottle without fining or filtration.