The Cabernet Franc is the current flagship of the Villány wine region. This is the variety that allows Villány to reach world-class levels, and so winemakers make the truly great premium wines from this variety. It is made from mature grapes that are rich in tannins. It never becomes as robust or harsh as the Cabernet Sauvignon can sometimes be. This is an elegant and inviting variety which greatly requires an ageing period. However, there are huge differences between the average yields, vine loads and terrains of individual winemakers. The Günzer Family Wine Estate strives to create a Cabernet Franc that retains its fruitiness, isn't
'over-oaked', and retains its 'drinkability' by using tanks as well as French barrels over the ripening period. The Cabernet Franc is a classic quality red wine that is the perfect choice in terms of value for money. Its intrinsic values markedly surpass its ’classic' denomination.
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The red wines of Villány were popularised by the softness of Portugieser, which produces pleasantly fruity, approachable, easy-drinking wines, that are generally drunk in the year following the harvest.Wines from varieties that are generally harvested with much higher acidity and tannins, often from low-yielding vines, thus with greater concentration, need long ageing in oak. They often only start to show their true potential after two or three years.The wine district’s flagship variety is Cabernet Franc. Besides Villány, monovarietal wines from the variety are generally only produced in its region of origin, the Loire Valley. It may only bear the trademark of Villányi Franc, the wine district’s flagship wine, after sensory evaluation by a panel of producers. White wines from Siklós are relatively low in acidity, but rich in alcohol and dry extract. They are not renowned for their freshness, rather than for their full-body and depth of flavour.
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