In the mid-90s, Tibor Szemes from Burgenland, Franz Xaver Pichler from Lower Austria and Manfred Tement from Styria had a vision of a great Austrian red wine. The Aaracon T.FX.T has as its goal to reflect the full potential of the winegrowing region in Burgenland. Vereinte Winzer Blaufränkischland is a cooperative that selects and purchases quality grapes from the Mittelburgenland region and processes them in its own wine cellar. For the winegrowers who participate in this project, it brings many advantages. Although the high quality standards result in a significant additional effort for the winemakers, the cooperation with the cooperative is a win-win situation for both sides. The motto is therefore: "Mittelburgenland under one roof!" Arachon is always presented on September 1 - two years after harvest. Arachon comes from the Old Slavic-Alto-Slovenian language and was the name of the village of Horitschon in the Middle Ages, where the wine is at home. Tasting notes:Dark ruby garnet in the glass. On the nose, delicate notes of cassis and blackberries, accompanied by a noble wood spice. On the palate mineral, medium complexity, tannins and juicy after fresh heart cherries. Long lasting on the finish. Grape varieties: Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon. Aging: 18-20 months in partly new 500 liter barrels. Soil: slate, loam, loess. Acidity: 5,6 g/l. Residual sugar: 1,2 g/l. Closure: Natural cork. Aging potential: Until 2036. Drinking temperature: 16-18°C. The red wine is an excellent food companion.