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Judith Beck, Hunny Bunny Blaufrankisch 2022

Get to know: Judith Beck, Hunny Bunny Blaufrankisch

Tasting Note

A very light, drinkable red using the Blaufränkisch variety, macerated with whole grapes for 3 days. The result is a fresh and multi-layered red wine with easy appeal. The kind of wine that once you get a taste for it, the bottle is always empty too quickly. The aroma and flavour is jam packed with a cherry flavour that’s reminiscent of cherry sweets! There's also raspberry, citrus and a herbal spice. Light on tannin and with a refreshing acidity and even a touch of spritz. A wine to enjoy chilled.

This is great with all manner of dishes from grilled Salmon to pizza or a spicy tofu bun.

Producer Info

Judith got the tools to take over her father Matthias' winery at the Klosterneuburg viticulture school and through internships at Cos d'Estournel (France), Braida (Italy) and Errazuriz (Chile). She has been responsible for the winery since 2004.

If you do not only live among the vines according to your postal address, but actually live among the vines like Judith Beck, you develop a deep relationship with your own vineyards. Naturalness and identity are therefore the characteristics that Judith Beck wants to see and show in all of her wines. Her wines are therefore natural, truthful, genuine and, above all, authentic in the best sense of the word. Always more reserved than loud. Always worth a second "look".

Fermentation of the red wines starts spontaneously (without the help of selected yeasts) in stainless steel tanks or in open wooden casks. Part of the red wine matures in large wooden barrels (1000 to 2000 liters) made of acacia wood already in the third generation. The large wooden barrel accentuates the clear fruit of Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch; They believe that wine needs to breath in order to develop thoroughly; that`s the reason they do not use stainless steel tanks for maturation at all.

Austria, Burgenland







Light Bodied