Vereinte Winzer Blaufränkischland is a cooperative that selects and buys quality grapes from Central Burgenland and processes them in its own wine cellar. For the winegrowers who participate in this project it brings many advantages. Although the high quality standards result in a significant additional effort for the winegrowers, the cooperation with the cooperative is a win-win situation for both sides. The motto is therefore: "Central Burgenland under one roof!" The Arachon is always presented on 1 September - two years after harvest. Arachon originates from the Old Slavic - Old Slovenian language and in the Middle Ages it was the name of the village Horitschon, where the wine is at home. Awards: - 19/20 points by René Gabriel for the 2017 vintageTasting notes:Dark ruby garnet with violet reflections in the glass. In the nose notes of noble wood, dark to black berries, cassis. On the palate juicy and lively, delicate nougat, fine tannins. Long lasting finish. Grape varieties: 50% Blaufränkisch, 25% Zweigelt, 10% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon Vinification: 30 months of ageing in new French barriques. Soil: Loam, loess. Acidity: 5,8 g/l. Residual sugar: 1,2 g/l. Fermentation: Stainless steel. Storage potential: Until 2030. Drinking temperature: 16-18°C. The red wine is an excellent accompaniment to food.