The Paul Kerschbaum winery is one of the leading wineries in Austria. It is located in the Blaufränkischland Horitschon, in Burgenland. The term "Blaufränkischland" is used to describe a wine-growing region, such as Mittelburgenland, where mainly the grape variety Blaufränkisch is cultivated. Paul Kerschbaum's goal is to produce powerful, long-lasting wines with a touch of wood. In 2011, Paul Kerschbaum put the production of the wines into the hands of his son, Michael. Awards: - 93/100 points from Falstaff Tasting notes:Dark ruby garnet with violet reflections in the glass. In the Bouquet after ripe dark fruits as well as spicy notes with a reminiscence of cocoa. At the palate juicy, elegant, with an invigorating acid and pleasant tannins. Long lasting and fruity in the finish. Grape varieties: 60% Blaufränkisch, 20% Zweigelt, 15% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. Maturation: 18 months in new wooden barrels. Drinking temperature: 16 °C. Closure: Natural cork. Storage potential: 3-5 years. This wine is excellent with roast or grilled beef or game.