The Blaufränkisch Perwolff is a good example of how Reinhold Krutzler combines tradition with international standing. With national and international awards, the flagship of his assortment has contributed significantly to Austria’s red wine success story since it was first cultivated in 1992. But Perwolff is not a catchy fantasy name. Dating back to the 13th century, this is the ancient name of the village known today as Deutsch-Schützen, the home of the Krutzler winery in Burgenland in the southeast corner of Austria.