Vylyan’s Kékfrankos opens with a ruby-colored appearance and notes of dark fruits, sour cherries, a hint of raspberry and a touch of black pepper. Vibrantly fruity with great acidity, a smooth texture and a long finish, A great example of the what a lively and balanced bistro wine Kékfrankos from Villány can be.
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