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In the eastern Austrian province of Burgenland, winegrower Rudolf Kaiser and his son, Kurt, produce a high-quality red named Tenno, which means “emperor” in Japanese.

The story of why they chose that name dates back to 1938, when Rudolf Kaiser’s father, Stefan, decided at the age of 28 to leave Austria and go “as far away as possible.”

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