Blaufränkisch is a dark-skinned grape variety most commonly planted in the central European countries of Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Slovenia. It is late-ripening and is best known for producing spicy, flavor-packed wines marked by notes of black cherry, pepper, and sweet spice. Blaufränkisch is also a key player in Hungarian "Bull’s Blood" wine, a traditional red, where it goes by the name Kékfrankos. In New World countries, Blaufränkisch is known as Lemberger.

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