Type: Red Wine
Grape: Kekfrankos (Blaufrankisch)
Otthon, literally meaning “home,” is something that can be both field blended, blended across vintages, or both. Fanni admits that at first they were trying to create an easier kind of glouglou wine, but given their farming, the site, the grape and their cellar, it was all but impossible. They didn’t want to pick earlier at the expense of ripeness, they didn’t want to macerate less than it needed to, and it needed more lees contact for stability. So after 2 weeks on the skins, 50% aged in barrel, 50% aged in plastic tank, it was bottled unfiltered with zero additions. They do not use pumps, don’t use stainless steel, and bottle by gravity.
A bold, structured red with plenty of acidity to keep it fresh.