Our first wine is called ARACHON T.FX.T. It is released on September 1st, two years following the vintage. ARACHON is the former name for the wine-growing town of Horitschon, from the Middle Ages around 1540, and is where the wine is produced today. ARACHON T.FX.T may be enjoyed in a decanter upon its release, or cellared for 10 to 15 years.

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Tasting Note: Deep ruby red with violet hue. The bouquet is of blackberries, sweet cherries with nuances of coffee and spices. The palate is full-bodied and with pleasant blackberry juiciness and structured tannins, mineral terroir following through to a redcurrent finish with a touch of chocolate. Recommend with game.


Blend: 50% Blaufränkisch, 15% Merlot, 30% Zweigelt, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
Single-Vineyards: Hochäcker, Kirchholz, Dürrau, Ragga
Yield (average): 4,000–4,500 kg/Ha
Terroir: Loess (clay deposits & calcareous silt particles) and lime, some gravel
Grapes: hand-picked from the beginning to mid October, depending on varietal and vineyards
Fermentation: in 100% Stainless-Steel tanks – temperature controlled
Maturation: 20 months in new French oak barrique, 225 litre capacity
Alcohol: 13% by volume
Acidity (tartaric): 5.3 grams per litre
Residual sugar value: 1,0 grams per litre
Bottles sizes: 0.375 litre, 0.75 litre, 1.5 litre, 3 litre double magnum, 6 litre imperial.

a’Kira T.FX.T

a'Kira T.FX.T is the second wine, or “little brother” to ARACHON T.FX.T, and is pure Blaufränkisch, the native grape variety found in Horitschon. In the local Burgenland dialect, a'Kira literally means “a cry for joy”. It is best enjoyed within 2 to 3 years – with good friends.

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Tasting Note: Bright ruby red with a violet hue. The bouquet shows ripe blackberries, plums and cherries. The palate is full-bodied with balanced acidity, structured tannins underlaying lots of fruit, leading to a redcurrent finish. An allrounder to enjoy with many dishes.

a'Kira T.FX.T Blaufränkisch

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