Austria is renowned for its wine, but most wine enthusiasts prefer the two most widely planted grape varieties, grüner veltliner and zweigelt. Blaufränkisch, which constitutes only 6% of vineyards, is less commonly found. This grape produces light-bodied, flavorful red wines with a subtle spiciness and aromas of blue and red fruits. The wine is elegant and structured, and its flavor profile varies between heavier, oak-aged styles and lighter, fresh ones. Blaufränkisch, also known as lemberger, is seldom found outside of Austria.