A vineyard selection Villányi Franc from hand-harvested berries grown in the unique terroir and micro-climate of Kopár, the first Super Premium vintage from the winery is an exceptional drink. An intense aroma of red-berried fruits and sweet spices is followed by the luscious, captivating flavours of blueberries and raspberries and rounded out by toasted notes from the 39 months of oak barrel ageing.
A sophisticated full-bodied red wine that carries the noble elegance of the grape variety, it goes beautifully with game and red meat like roast lamb, mushroom dishes and desserts made with dried fruits and dark chocolate.
Serving temperature: 16-18°C
Grape variety: Villányi Franc
Fermentation: 18 days fermentation in tank
Ageing: 39 months; 60% in first- and second-charge 300l French barrique barrels. 40% in 300l Hungarian oak barrels
Alcohol content: 14.0%
Bottle size: 0.75l
Teleki Winery, Villány - Protected Designation of Origin (PDO)
Villány has rich fertile soil and a unique microclimate that can rival Bordeaux. Established in the 19th century by Zsigmond Teleki, a man of endless innovation who has inspired the rebirth of vineyards across Europe, the Teleki Winery of today proudly follows in the footsteps of its illustrious founder. They cultivate native varieties which are most suited to this unique land, and their commitment to creating memorable and age-worthy wines that can inspire shines through in every bottle.
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