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The Portugieser grape, also known as Blauer Portugieser, is a red grape variety mainly found in Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Moravia and Germany. It is known for producing simple, light red wines characterized by a fresh, acidic and light body. This grape is also often used for rosé wines. However, in recent years there have been attempts to produce higher quality wines from the Portugieser grapes, with the use of oak adding additional aromas to compete with Bordeaux varieties. The Portugieser grape is a cross between the Grüner Silvaner and the Blaue Zimmettraube, and its origins are probably in Lower Styria (now Slovenian Styria).

The wine from the Kunság wine region in Hungary, made from the Portugieser grape, is known for its light, fresh and fruity character, with soft tannins and fresh red berry fruit notes, and is intended for early consumption. Villány Portugieser also has a similar drinking window and is often released as a "new wine", sometimes produced using carbonic maceration, which further emphasizes the fruity and primary aromas. Light-bodied, these wines are youthful and fruity with some floral and spicy notes, and are balanced by medium acidity and soft tannins, making it an easy-drinking wine.