Vine: Pinot Nero
Production Area: Site called Jansen, below Montan in Unterland
Cultivation system: Guyot
Grape harvest begining: beginning of September
Vinification: traditional Maturation: in barrique
Organoleptic characteristic: This Pinot Nero is cultiveted on the sunny slopes below Montan and convinces by its ruby red colour and the typical fruity aroma slightly of vanilla. Its taste is full and long persisting.
Best served: 18° C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 11.00 %
velvety and light wine of "Vernatsch" grapes - colour: light-rubin-red up to rubin red - scent: lovely, fruity, aromatic and tipical - taste: dry, mild, harmonic, aroma of almonds
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temperature controlled fermentation in apposite containers and 14 month maturation in barrique and big wooden barrels Organoleptic characteristic: This Merlot grows on morainic, gravelly and barren soils, has a garnet red colour, a bouquet of blackberries and raspberries, it is characteristic and hearty to the palate. This is a wine for experts.
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