Blackletter classification can be tricky, as not everything falls neatly into one bucket – there are a lot of grey zones. And we only get to see a few letterforms, not a full alphabet with crucial glyphs like a and o. The underlying frame of this logo also has much of the verticality of Textura, infused with freer calligraphic elements.
Among classic blackletter typefaces, Rudolf Koch’s Wilhelm-Klingspor-Schrift (1925) comes somewhat close, especially its capital B with the long bottom diagonal and the vertical hairline. If you dig the swashiness, check out Storm’s Dracula (2017, five weights of increasing width plus a spectacular Inline variant). Alex Camacho’s Origen (2017) has the d with the vertical right side – and it optionally comes with nice decorated caps.
If you can get your hands on a copy, Fraktur Mon Amour provides a good overview of blackletter typefaces.