Goes well with: braised shoulder of beef, lightly fried lamb and pork chops, fish and meat dishes, ripe cheeses
Drinking temperature: 12 -14°C
Best consumed: within 3 years
Grape variety: Pinot Nero
Colour: strong, dark and luminous ruby red
Aroma: fruity with crisp ripe cherries, blackcurrants, blackberries and raspberries, tangy with some laurel and tarragon, slightly ethereal, playful and complex
Taste: middling structure and fullness, pronounced tannins, stimulating acidity, berry fruit, youthfully unsophisticated and elegantly rustic
Vineyards: Eppan and Kaltern, 200-420 m above sea level, Sandy, well-aerated soils on calcareous till, facing south-east, Vine training with guyot
Vinification: temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel at 27°C for 10 days, maturation in large wooden barrels of up to 30-50 hl for at least 5 months
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Light green lustre run through the straw colour of this wine whose aroma is rich in fruits, the most striking of which are pears. An excellent acidity balance gives this wine strength and structure. It is dry and smooth on the palate, and leaves a long, pleasant aftertaste. The Pinot Grigio goes well with many dishes, especially lighter foods, to which it is an excellent accompaniment. It is served chilled and also bestows a fine taste following longer ageing.
Medium ruby colour with garnet tints. Clean, uplifted berry character, young and quite plump aroma with some spiciness (pepper). Medium bodied, with soft fruit flavours and some light tannin and a little acidity on the finish giving a nice freshness.
Deep, dark red in colour, with fine aromas of dark berries such as mulberry; lightly earthy. Full-bodied, with supple tannins, velvety and uncomplicated; excellent length.
Our Blauburgunder, or Pinot noir, is a ruby to garnet red wine with pronounced tannin profile, an intense, ethereal bouquet which is reminiscent of wild berries, and a lingering, full finish.