Thursday, Mar. 13, 2008
Known in its native Austria as Blaufrankisch, Lemberger is a red grape grown in just a few areas of the Northwest, primarily Washingtons Yakima Valley, with just a little in Oregons Willamette Valley and British Columbias Okanagan Valley.
The resulting wine tends to be delicious and jammy. Its generally inexpensive and perfect for middle-of-the-week dinners.