Grape varieties: Pinot Noir
Description: Medium ruby colour with a garnet shimmer. Clean, uplifted somewhat earthy varietal aroma: notes of red fruit, cherries and some spiciness. Fruity, mild flavour, medium bodied. Fresh finish with good length. Elegant style.
Suggested Food: White and red meat, poultry, duck, venison, cheeses.
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.
The Meczan Pinot Noir is distinguished by its unmistakable varietal character, its distinctive aroma and fruity character, by its bright ruby colour with garnet reflexes, and its fresh, stimulating bouquet with seductive hints of woodland berries and cherry. On the palate Meczan is harmonious, sappy and mellow with impressive fruit.
Bright ruby red color, fine nose of ripe red berries, blackberry and raspberry, silky and round with soft tannins. Good structure and long finish.
Ruby-red; Aroma delicate berry and dried fruit aromas; Taste dry, medium bodied, with a lively acidity and a light trace of tannin.
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