The old variety ambiguous place of origin, one of her ancestors was a variety Heunisch. In Bohemia grown in Moravia in the 19th century the most common red variety, is now second in the standings. Most are grown in the wine region Bzenecké, Strážnické.
Characteristics of the wine:
The color is dark cherry to purple. Smell the fruity plum and black fruit, wood, in his youth to the wild. The taste is woody, fruity with flavors of dried black fruit, with pronounced tannins, high extractive. Most medium-bodied, in the end woody taste spicy and slightly astringent. Suitable for longer storage.
Matching food & wine:
venison, red meat, poultry, pasta, blue cheese