2007 Moric Blaufränkisch (Previously $25)
89 points Wine Spectator: "A lush red, with concentrated raspberry and cherry flavors that feature cinnamon and licorice notes. The elegant finish is quite minerally, with lots of sandalwood. Drink now through 2014." 90 cases imported. –KM David Schildknecht, the Austrian specialist for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, describes Roland Velich and his Moric wines this way: "Roland Velich is no longer working with his brother Heinz at the family estate in Apetlon, but is pursuing his own dream, working with old vines in the heart of "Blaufrankisch country", Mittelburgenland, specifically Lutzmannsburg and Neckenmarkt. (Only his winery is located in Grosshoflein.) His are wines in a style you will not encounter anywhere else in Austria: Blaufrankisch vinified as if it were Grand Cru Burgundy, and from hillsides (including terraces) and pre-clonal vines the like of which you will not find being cultivated in most of Mittelburgenland. One sip is an Oz experience (and I don’t mean Aussie, mates!). From his dreams, to his vines, to his vinification, to his retro label, Velich is in a world of his own. He calls his project "Blaufrankisch Unplugged."